What’s New

Get the latest enhancements in our newest release.

With this latest release of our network modeling and risk scoring platform RedSeal includes even more information in your interactive network model. Unique in the industry, RedSeal can model and evaluate Layers 2, 3, 4 and now 7 — application-based policies. And, we include endpoint information from multiple sources.

Application-based policies: Application ID, Layer 7

RedSeal customers with Next Generation Firewalls (NGFWs) can now visualize access and validate policies not just on the networking level (Layers 2, 3 and 4), but on the application level (Layer 7), as well. RedSeal can calculate and evaluate access paths based on application- defined policies.  Traditional firewall policies are based on the networking level — defined by source, destination, port, and protocol. NGFWs, which are becoming more prevalent in networks, can also create firewall policies based on the identities of specific applications or Application ID.  No other security product provides this level of visibility and understanding. RedSeal is the only product on the market to model Layer 2, 3, 4, and 7 policies.

Endpoint Information

RedSeal’s new endpoint schema allows you to import and store host information from multiple sources.  In addition to endpoint information from vulnerability scanners, you can now add information from endpoint protection and endpoint detection response (EDR) solutions, products that help secure individual hosts. The new host data doesn’t overwrite existing sources, so you can consolidate all host information in one place. There is also a new endpoint details search feature, so you can search across all known host details. You’ll have a more complete picture of the security of your hosts, and your network model/cyber terrain. RedSeal is the only product that models and consolidates endpoint information from any endpoint source.

Multiple Network interface cards or controllers (NICs)

The RedSeal appliance can now be configured to support multiple NICs. This will allow you to separate traffic coming in and out of RedSeal servers. For example, you may separate management traffic from RedSeal data collection and other tasks.