Wedge Cloud Network Defence
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However big your business is, you no doubt rely on cloud-based technology in some manner. And unless you have suitable protection in place, cybercriminals could strike at any moment. Canadian company Wedge Networks delivers a cloud security solution: Wedge Cloud Network Defence protects millions of endpoint connections, and implementation spans government agencies, hospitals, enterprises and internet service providers (ISPs).
Menlo Security is also worth checking out. It's the only company that prevents threats from the web and email without sophisticated endpoint software. The Menlo Security Isolation Platform is cloud-based and stops malware from reaching a user's device via malicious websites or documents. Thanks to a unique architecture, the end user experience is seamless and there's no risk of being hit by nastiness such as ransomware.
Dell Data Protection
Modern businesses have a ton of data to make sense of, and hackers see this as a lucrative opportunity. That's why you need the correct protection in place to ensure that data stays in your hands, and your hands only. Dell Data Protection provides a layer of advanced threat protection to IT environments and works to ensure all areas of an organisation's Windows-based VDI are secure. The solution features machine learning and artificial intelligence capabilities to analyse files for threats, determining what's safe to run and what isn't. According to Dell, this approach is capable of catching up to 99% of advanced threats.
Huntsman Analyst Portal
Huntsman Analyst Portal also uses machine learning techniques. It automates threat detection and resolution processes in a bid to spot security alerts and prioritise them based on their severity. So instead of having security staff waste time on sifting through a large list of threats, the portal only flags alerts if they're serious. This should help save time and stress. There's also unique verification technology packed into the solution, eliminating false positives and delivering relevant, accurate threat information.
Anomali Reports is targeted specifically at smaller firms that may not have the budget to spend on costly cybersecurity packages. It provides an affordable breach detection service. An organisation simply submits their raw log data to the company, and it then looks for and strips out potential indicators of compromise using a vast store of threat intelligence data. Clients are provided with threat analysis reports that are relevant and have actionable security metrics.
Heat Software UEM Solution
Heat offers an endpoint security platform that sports fast, effective and scalable protection against malware and attacks. It provides protection apps, configurations and content for Mac, Windows, iOS and Android devices based on their roles, locations and security requirements. Clients have full control over applications, devices and vulnerability software, meaning they're always in charge.
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Nicholas Fearn is a freelance technology journalist and copywriter from the Welsh valleys. His work has appeared in publications such as the FT, the Independent, the Daily Telegraph, The Next Web, T3, Android Central, Computer Weekly, and many others. He also happens to be a diehard Mariah Carey fan!