RSA Adds Intell Tools to Cyber Threat Detection Platform Suite

cybersecurityDell Technologies‘ network security business RSA has introduced updates to a set of platforms designed to help organizations facilitate detection and response to cyber threats.

The RSA NetWitness Suite features new tools called “Hunter Packs” that work to provide intelligence data to help organizations detect known and unknown network vulnerabilities, the company said Wednesday.

The Hunter Packs are delivered through the RSA Live service designed to provide threat intelligence and content to NetWitness Suite users.

The RSA NetWitness Suite leverages the use of new meta keys to help analysts detect malicious activity, classify threats and streamline investigation.

The company’s offering also features behavior analytics tools and cloud visibility function for Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform.

RSA will launch the updated NetWitness Suite later this year.

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