Global: the Perch SOC will be able to suppress false positives for every group in a single action; we’ll be able to clean up the noisy, false positive intel more quickly so that the gems with real value can shine through.
Community: community leaders will be able to groom their own intel from within Perch; a community that preens together, stays together, right?
Individual Host: have a single host that you know triggers a FP, but you don’t want to completely ignore the indicator for other hosts? Now you can suppress an event for just one of them.
Sensor Health Summary:
Consolidated view of all of your group’s sensors and their health
Warnings for low resources and abnormal conditions:
Old rules and low rule counts
Sensor not uploading data
In the Admin menu: Sensor Summary
Emerging Threats (and Pro) selectable feeds
Unmonitored network filtering at the sensor
Perch takes the list of unmonitored network subnets for your group and sends it to the sensor so that it knows to ignore those networks in its detections.
Results in less work for the sensor, allowing us to do more with the hardware; less data sent to Perch, less outgoing network traffic for you, and less to process and store for us! It’s a genuine win-win paradigm-shifting value add, look at all this synergy! Give Canute and Chris a raise, this is amazing!
Alert filtering now considers subnet names
(Soon) Restart tours: watch them again and again with your friends and family!
Touch ups and polish here and there; retry button added to the end of the signup process when there is an error registering.
User group page no longer shows all of the groups from all of your communities, but only those you are actually a member of.
Perch reaches it’s 1000th build and Perchy has his first birthday!