LimaCharlie, the open source Endpoint Detection & Response sensor, now with an enterprise management
The enterprise version of LimaCharlie (LCE) provides the scalability, stability and extensibility that organizations need.
The cross platform sensor, available in open source and developed internally is available for Windows, Linux and MacOS. It enables Flight Data Recorded types of data as well as many more advanced capabilities like Yara file and memory scanning and network isolation.
The LCE software runs either on premise or host in the Refraction Point cloud (available in multiple countries) and behaves as a bridge for your sensors as well as provides an easy environment to automates detection & response.
- Export sensor data in realtime via syslog, files, scp or even to an Amazon S3 bucket.
- Integrate any threat feed to detect and take action in realtime.
- Create your automated detections and responses, tag sensor and more using our D&R Lambdas.
- Integrate with a multi-site REST interface to control all facets of LC.
Simple pricing, support and trials are available.
See the full documentation including features and recipes here.
Pricing (Coming up)
Our team is composed of security professionals from the Canadian and European Intelligence Community, Google as well as various parts of private industry.
Our mission is simple. We provide security products and services philosophically inspired by the intersection of the open source community and the intelligence community. Our products are designed for transparency and integration. We do not close down APIs or deal in proprietary lock-ins.
Maxime Lamothe-brassard - founder
As part of the Canadian Intelligence apparatus, Maxime worked in positions ranging from development of cyber defence technologies through Counter Computer Network Exploitation and Counter Intelligence. Maxime led the creation of an advanced cyber security program for the Canadian government and received several Director's awards for his service.
After leaving the government, Maxime provided direct help to private and public organizations in matters of cyber defence and eventually co-founding Arcadia, architecting advanced cyber solutions. For the past few years Maxime has also been providing analysis and guidance to major Canadian media organizations. Maxime left Google in 2018 to found Refraction Point.
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