Vendors attending the 2018 RSA Conference in San Francisco this week spoke to ChannelPro about many things, including their future product plans. Here’s a look at six new solutions on their way soon from leading names in security.
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Webroot Inc. shipped its first end user security awareness training solution last August. It soon plans to integrate that product with its endpoint and DNS security solutions to create a “contextually-aware” user education system that can tailor its actions to a customer’s specific conditions and needs.
“Since we can see the DNS activity and endpoint activity, we can maybe see that some of your users are susceptible to clicking on bad links or going to bad web pages” and then direct appropriate training to them, notes Hal Lonas, Broomfield, Colo.-based Webroot’s chief technology officer.
The new version of Webroot Security Awareness Training will integrate with Webroot’s management interface too, he continues, enabling centralized control over everything Webroot makes.
“You can see users, devices, and policy and training—everything—all in one console,” Lonas says.
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