Security Lifecycle Review (SLR) is a
cloud-based application that summarizes the security risks that
your organization faces. The SLR app is available in the Cortex
hub, and uses the logs that firewalls forward to Cortex Data Lake
to gain visibility into your network (SLR is free with a Cortex
Data Lake subscription).
SLR reports—which you can generate at any time
and save as a PDF—can be used as part of an initial product evaluation,
or during regular security check-ups to assess threat exposure.
These reports provide a high-level view of the applications in use
on your network (including SaaS applications), the websites that
your users are accessing, and the types of files they’re sharing.
SLR reports also outline the vulnerabilities, malware, and command-and-control
(C2) infections found on your network and helps you to contextualize
these findings against industry peers.
SLR reports are customizable—you can choose to include only the
information that is most important to you, and make summaries, findings,
and recommendations more targeted.
Importantly, SLR contains only summarized, statistical
data and not individual identifiers, such as IP addresses or usernames
(read the SLR privacy datasheet for
details on how SLR captures, processes, and stores information).