Dynetics Introduces Network Risk Management Suite at Cyber Security Summit

DyneticsDynetics is set to launch at the two-day 7th Annual Southeastern Cyber Security Summit a set of tools designed to help companies understand and manage cyber risks to their computing environments.

Under the Cyber RiskScope product line, the SelfAssure online platform works to provide assessments and recommendations to small- and medium-sized enterprises on how to improve their cybersecurity systems, the company said Wednesday.

Meanwhile, the NetAlert offering intends to incite firms to quickly respond to cyber threats by monitoring risks and sending security alerts.

QuickLook and DeepDive are the two other services that comprise the Cyber RiskScope portfolio.

The summit kicked off Wednesday at Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

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