Sensilla provides a view into network communications that reveals much more than the paths that communications take, the protocols used, the applications, and the hosts using them. It also reveals the way a business operates.
This kind of visibility means that administrators can reconnize that when a manufacturing line's network behavioral changes during summer maintenance it can be recognized as a normal occurance. It also means that any new services added to the network during the holiday freeze for online retailers should be a cause for alarm. Another way to think of it is that Threat Hunting remains a largely technical exercise, but with Sensilla, organizations are able to look for changes in the system with a much deeper understanding of the how information moves normally, which protocols are used by certain parts of the business, and which applications are used, and for what purpose, throughout the organization.