Atomic Fishbowl gives power back to management by re-creating the proverbial "shop room window", looking out over your cyber production floor. Thus are all levels of an organization empowered to take charge of its security posture.
Atomic Fishbowl reconstructs documents captured from the wire by NetWitness. And not just all documents - that would be fairly useless. The power is in the ability to pre-filter for specific keywords and patterns, so that only interesting documents are returned.
By using the power of the human brain and our unique method of presenting contextual information, analysts can make split-second decisions about the relevance of the results.
With Atomic Fishbowl, one need not confine oneself to a fixed timeframe of data. With our concept of "Rolling Collections", interesting new data will automatically be found.
Finding PII and sensitive data leakage has never been easier. Just configure your collection to search documents for one or more keywords, and/or Regular Expressions. Only those documents that match will be pulled in.
Atomic Fishbowl doesn't let you down just because a document is compressed within a ZIP or RAR archive. Even if an archive is encrypted, Atomic Fishbowl will still let you know that an encrypted archive left your network. We call these "Dodgy Archives"
Atomic Fishbowl detects files based on their MD5, SHA1, and/or SHA256 hashes, as well.
With built-in Use Cases, you can start getting value from Atomic Fishbowl within minutes of installation. Our use-cases include:
Atomic Fishbowl is the unofficial logical successor to NetWitness Visualize, though it takes the concept considerably further. It is a true value add-on for RSA NetWitness for Packets, which requires an existing NetWitness installation.
Kensington Tech is an official RSA Ready Technology Partner. That means that you can have the peace of mind in knowing that Atomic Fishbowl has been tested by RSA and certified to work with RSA Netwitness. Learn more about the RSA Ready Technology Partner program by clicking here.