NetWitness, a RSA business, a globally trusted provider of cybersecurity technologies and incident response, will attend GITEX at Mindware’s stand (stand H3-D1).
It will showcase its newest NetWitness Platform XDR 12 -the first one on the market to deliver on the promise of extended detection and response: the ability for security teams to detect attacks across all of an organisation’s information assets and infrastructure and to stop them before they cause damage.
Threats are growing in number and complexity every day. It’s critical that security teams have the visibility and analytics they require to take quick action to mitigate the impact of attacks.
The updated platform offers full visibility into all key data planes across an organisation including network, logs, endpoint and Internet of Things (IoT); full Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR); a complete Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP); User and Entity Behaviour Analytics (UEBA); and new asset analytics and prioritisation, all easily viewed in a single interface and a unified data model.
“There are several security challenges faced by customers in the Middle East and Africa,” said Martin Sutherland, General Manager at NetWitness. “Ransomware is a major issue, but not the only one. Remote workforces, which rely on more digital tools and cloud resources, pose their own security risks. That means that security teams need increased levels of visibility across their systems. Our new NetWitness XDR 12 Platform can help companies accelerating the threat detection and response.”Click below to share this article