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Auto remediate

Reduce time to resolution but still control who, when, and why

Woah. Give up (some) control to automated remediation?

We get it. It’s smart to be cautious of a new approach. A lot of security practitioners who’ve purchased MDR services still want to maintain internal control of remediation steps. Why use Expel to auto remediate?

Personalized to your org

You decide what resources we’ll remediate on your behalf

Stay protected

Coverage across all attack surfaces 24x7

Save time

Creates space and time to breath during an incident

Focus on other initiatives

Creates space by automating repetitive tasks so your team can focus on other initiatives

Why did we do it?

It all comes down to speed and latency. The faster you remediate, the better the outcome.

Peace of mind is nice.
We tell you what to fix or fix it for you.

Remediation recommendations provided when …

We don’t have access to the system
We’ll tell you what we find and give you actions to perform

We’re not able to perform the task based on tech
We’ll tell you what we find and give you actions to perform

Leverage automated remediation actions
to …

Reduce your time to remediation
Manual remediation averages about 3.25 hours to fix. Auto remediation cuts this down to 6 minutes on average

Lessen workload for analysts
We can auto remediate repetitive tasks or alerts so your analysts can focus on other initiatives

What can we auto remediate?

From business email compromise, to malicious files, to ransomware, we’ve got you covered. You tell us what you’d like us to remediate and which ones you’d prefer to handle.

With 24x7 coverage, you have the time to plan your next steps…even if that means waiting until Monday morning.

Our approach to automated remediation is personal to your organization and based on the frequency of threats seen in your environment. You’re in control of which users and endpoints you’d like us to immediately take offline after a compromise is confirmed. So you’re involved when you want to be. This means your team can focus on other security initiatives—without spending a ton of time on remediation

Host containment

Host containment stops current connections and prevents new network connections on a specific host so that threats cannot spread through the network.

Available with:

Block bad hashes

When our analysts identify hashes to block during an incident, we create a remediation action to add the hash on your “never block” list of files in your EDR.

Available with:

User account disablement

Similar to host containment, when a user’s activity isn’t normal, we’re able to automatically disable the compromised account.

Available with:
SaaS apps
Cloud infrastructure

Remove malicious email

If a malicious email is identified from a phishing submission, we’ll automatically remove it from users’ inboxes (and move it to the trash).

Available with:


How Expel does remediation

Case Study

Daylight Transport

Transportation company gains full coverage of cloud and on-prem environment, cuts time spent on alerts by 66%.

Threat Report

Expel Quarterly Threat Report – Q2 2022

Expel Quarterly Threat Report – Q2 2022 Cybersecurity data, trends, and recommendations from the Expel Security Operations Center (SOC)

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