Sensilla automatically creates a comprehensive network cartography that facilitates the discovery of lateral movement for every endpoint and every application.
There is an important difference between network topology and network cartography. Topology depicts the connectivity devices that facilitate communications including routers, access points, LAN and cloud servers, and others. Cartography depicts communications but treats the underlying plumbing as connected systems instead of connecting systems.
Creating this abstraction allows the massive volume of communication paths to be depicted in a readible way, and unlocks a view of the network that has not been possible, until now. When you depict communcations instead of connectivity, it provides a level of visibility that dramatically improves an organization's understanding of how the business works, how information moves, and vastly improves the opportunity to better secure and manage network communications. Graphically, the difference between topology and cartgraphy looks like this: