I got tired of major service providers (ISPs, cloud hosting, websites, etc) not being able to provide quick and effective support when their services have problems, so I put together my own system that leverages the power of my company's routers along with some insight from my 13 years experience in IT. We call it StealthNet Advanced Support, and it can monitor anything you have online, from networks to servers to websites/web services.
Here's a how-to I put together for one of our clients that's an MSP who uses it to keep close tabs on his most critical clients and services. Some information has been redacted for security purposes.
You can buy it for your company or managed service provider and have the critical information you need in these situations this quickly, at you fingertips.
Here's how you get started: www.stealthnetlabs.com/analytics
Im seeing a lot of network-related stuff here and I like it.
Does anyone here have experience setting up a malware dissection box? Nothing complicated but especially on the internet connection side of things we (my boss and me) are stuck.
Ideally we want our other devices safe, but also we want our IP addresses ro not be flagged (so maybe a vpn?)
As context, me and my boss (and his son) are a 2.5-man SecOps team in a relatively big company (40 people). We want to be able to do some work and have some understanding of incidents before we escalate them up to our consultants and providers...
Hence the malware lab...