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CylanceGUARD

What's new in the November 2022 update

CylanceGUARD
has a new look
: The
CylanceGUARD
portal now has the same theme as the
Cylance Endpoint Security
management console. The change does not impact the capabilities of the portal.

What's new in the August 2022 update

Filter reports by organization
: On the Reports screen, you can now apply a filter to limit the scope of reports to specific organizations. For example, you can view and download the reports for a specific child organization only.
Email notifications
: When you receive an email notification from
CylanceGUARD
(for example, when a case was escalated or a comment was added), the subject and message body now includes the organization name and priority level.

What's new in the July 2022 update

Search filters
: On the Escalations screen, you can now create and apply custom search filters. For example, you can select a specific field in the "Guard Event" list and enter a value that you want to filter. When you create a search filter, you can save and load it again later to more easily find alerts again. You can also use the search bar to perform a keyword search for quick results.
Filter escalations by organization
: On the Escalations screen, if your
CylanceGUARD
organization account has more than one organization account associated with it (for example, parent and child organizations), you can now select an organization from the list to quickly filter issues. In addition, the "Account" column displays the account that an alert originated from.
Increased list size
: The number of cases displayed on each page of the Escalations screen has been increased to 25.

What's new in the June 2022 update

Auto-escalation of alerts
: Alerts can now be auto-escalated to your organization when certain conditions are met. Your organization can work with analysts to define the conditions that need to be met for an alert to be auto-escalated to you.
Alerts for policy changes
: When an administrator changes policies for
CylancePROTECT
or
CylanceOPTICS
in the management console, these events can now be reported to
CylanceGUARD
.
Ability to close alerts
: You can now close an alert from the alert details screen without contacting an analyst. 
Email authentication
: Email messages from
CylanceGUARD
now benefit from enhanced authentication methods to prevent them from being marked as spam.

What's new in the December 2021 update

Managed XDR capabilities
:
CylanceGUARD
supports managed extended detection and response (XDR) capabilities to unify relevant endpoint detections from
Cylance Endpoint Security
products and third-party applications.
Integration with
Cylance Endpoint Security
products
:
CylancePROTECT
,
CylanceOPTICS
,
CylancePERSONA
, and
CylanceGATEWAY
are integrated with
CylanceGUARD
, allowing analysts to utilize the various data collected from endpoints to protect and prevent against malicious attacks.
Integration with third-party applications
: Integrating third-party applications (such as Exabeam) allows you to quickly equip
CylanceGUARD
analysts with the security features and tools that meets the needs of your organization. When these applications are integrated, you enable holistic telemetry and cross-tool hunting capabilities, visible from a unified console.  
Multi-region support
:
CylanceGUARD
supports multi-regional architecture to ensure that your organization complies with regional data regulations such as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Supported regions include APAC, EMEA, LATAM, and NA regions.
New user experience
: The
CylanceGUARD
portal has a new UI look and feel. It features a simple and unified view of alerts and interactive chat ability with
CylanceGUARD
analysts.