Vendors are rolling out new solutions left and right this week at the U.S. edition of RSA’s annual security show. Here are 6 that caught ChannelPro’s eye.
Crafty attackers are increasingly outflanking signature-based security solutions. End point detection and response (EDR) solutions, which provide real-time protection against sophisticated malware through behavior-based threat intelligence, can close the gaps that traditional anti-virus solutions leave open, but are typically too expensive for anyone but large enterprises to afford.
Waltham, Mass.-based CounterTack Inc. and Chicago-based Trustwave Holdings Inc., however, are now attempting to bring EDR to the SMB masses. This week the two vendors unveiled a cloud-based managed service that draws on threat intelligence, forensic analytics, machine learning, and binary analysis techniques to stop advanced persistent threats in their tracks.
On its own, CounterTack also rolled out ThreatScan PRO, a cloud-based EDR solution designed to be an affordable and easily-deployed option for businesses with limited funds and security expertise.
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