The Trustwave Fusion offering uses automation, machine learning, analytics tools to support incident response and allows an organization to monitor potential risks through a dashboard, the company said Wednesday.
Clients also will have access to threat intelligence reports from the firm’s security operation and command centers that track cybercrime tactics, malware and vulnerabilities.
“The adversarial landscape is so complex, and agencies continue to face a massive cyber workforce gap. As mobility and cloud widen the attack surface, user behavior patterns have become more difficult to monitor,” said Bill Rucker, president of Trustwave’s government solutions business.
Rucker added that the company seeks to help agencies respond to the evolving tactics of attackers through its threat detection and response services.
The platform has a single interface users can manage via mobile devices or desktop computers.