NetWitness Corporation has launched a new product portfolio featuring cloud-based offerings to meet expanding operational use cases for cloud-based services and transformational virtual data center architectures.
With virtualization and cloud computing, the IT organization’s loss of “command and control” requires security teams to emphasize more on comprehensive network monitoring, precise and real-time threat detection, and actionable intelligence, said Eddie Schwartz, chief security officer for NetWitness.
“The introduction of cloud-based offerings of our infrastructure and analytic applications provides deployment flexibility to enterprise customers by delivering the detailed visibility they need into advanced threats and sophisticated attacks, previously only available with our appliances,” he said.
Data security, whether in a virtualized or cloud computing environment, is every CIO’s focal point, said Christopher Day, chief security architect and senior vice president of Secure Information Services for Terremark.
“The unique analytics and threat intelligence provided by NetWitness is an important part of the range of managed security services offered to our company’s cloud computing and virtualized hosting customers, and we’re excited to offer our customers a flexible solution that matches the platform’s powerful ability to mitigate risk,” he added.