A subsidiary of BAE Systems has launched a set of cloud-based offerings intended to help enterprises based in Europe protect networks from potential cyber attacks.
The Zero Day Prevention platform from BAE Systems Applied Intelligence aims to provide cybersecurity protection from unknown attacks by screening cloud-based emails for malicious malware before they get into the recipient’s inbox, the company said Tuesday.
The Insider Threat Prevention product under the company’s Email Protection Services suite seeks to help businesses identify and investigate threats posed by employees involved in intentional or accidental data breach incidents.
Other offerings that comprise the company's EPS portfolio include Email Data Loss Prevention, Email Encryption, Email Archiving, Email Anti-Virus and Anti-Spam and Email Business Continuity.
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence provides cybersecurity, digital transformation and communications intelligence platforms and services for government and corporate clients.