Computer security software company, Websense Inc, launched last week Websense TRITON APX 8.0, which aims to provide advanced threat and data theft prevention for companies that embrace new technologies and working practices.
Through integrated web, email and data solutions, TRITON APX provides deep analysis across the advanced threat Kill Chain to detect and stop APT's and advanced malware that are designed to evade point solutions.
TRITON APX also offers actionable intelligence. It features a dashboard that provides intelligent prioritisation of incidents, empowering IT staff to focus, rapidly respond and resolve critical issues. Detailed information guides less experienced security staff to take appropriate actions.
Additionally, this new platform also enables real-time feedback to educate and motivate end-users to avoid risky behavior. Built-in reports proactively identify 'high risk users' based on their experience in engaging with phishing emails.
While organisations are not short of security data, they lack contextual information on security risks; what might happen next and how they should act. TRITON APX enables security professionals to reduce remediation as it surfaces attacks and prevents advanced attacks. Furthermore, TRITON APX does not contribute to security noise, helping security professionals focus on their most important tasks.
"Enhancing our customer experience is paramount to us, as the security industry has a responsibility to ensure that companies investing in solutions not only gain intelligence, but are able to highlight and interpret risks that could lead to data theft," said John McCormack, Websense CEO. "TRITON APX 8.0 represents the beginning of the next generation in cyber security, as it is the platform for future innovation and growth. Most importantly, TRITON APX surfaces attacks, allowing cyber security professionals with little time on their hands, to act quickly and efficiently."
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