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- Forcepoint NGFW
- SD-WAN Connectivity
- High-availability clustering of devices and networks
- Build-in IPS with anti-evasion defense
- Human-centric user and endpoint context
- CASB and Web Security integration
- Unified Software for Physical, AWS, Azure and VMware deployment.
- Forcepoint DLP
- Securing regulatory data – everywhere your people work
- Protecting intellectual property – Where it resides (at rest, in use, in motion)
- Protecting data on different channels (Email / Web / Network)
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Optimizing Application Network Security & Performance
ITZONE | 16 OCT 2019
Security Transformation Forum 2019
Solution Day | 26 OCT 2019
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Solution Day 2019
- Firewall Policy Management
- Compliance & Audit Readiness Checking
- Real-time Firewall Change Tracking & Visibility
- Monitor & Diagnose Application Connectivity
- Automate Application-related Network Changes
- Interoperability throuh RESTful APIs
- Ensure Continuous Compliance
- Elastic Search
- Scale — the ability to ingest and interact with petabytes of data.
- Speed — the ability to get results fast. Even at scale. If you expect sub-second responses when you search for restaurants, why should you settle for less when searching for errors in logs.
- Relevance — the ability to query your data any way you want and getting relevant results, irrespective of whether that looking at text, numeric, or geo data
- Suitable apply on different Solution Scenario
While the number of CCTVs used to detect and prevent crime and terrorism has proliferated exponentially, existing surveillance cameras offer limited features and ultimately require human beings to manually monitor footage. In large monitoring centers with operators in charge of multiple unsearchable camera feeds, the vast majority of CCTV footage goes unwatched. A smarter solution is necessary in order to go beyond the limitations of manual monitoring. Graymatics’ plug-and-play Smart Surveillance technology uses image recognition and artificial intelligence to proactively scan roads, car parks and secure installations, empowering even the most basic CCTV system to keep your premises safe.
- Provides full-stack cloud services covering laaS, PaaS, and including compute, storage, database, environment with stable, secure, and ever-improving powerful computing platform and east-to-use development platform to support Huawei’s full-stack, all scenario AI strategy.
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HP Collaborates with Deep Instinct to Roll Out AI-Powered Malware Protection for Next Generation HP EliteBook and ZBook PCs
To provide customers with the best in next-generation cybersecurity protection, HP is working with Deep Instinct, the first company to apply an end-to-end deep learning framework purpose-built for cybersecurity, to launch HP Sure Sense to enable zero-time threat prevention against the most advanced cyber threats. Rolling out on HP’s latest EliteBook and HP ZBook devices, HP Sure Sense is a standalone, self-managed solution that works on or offline, offering a simple, streamlined user-experience.
With more than 350,000 new, increasingly complex malware varieties being discovered daily, HP required a new line of cybersecurity defense powerful enough to protect customers against rapidly evolving threats, with minimal impact to system performance. Through the power of autonomous AI and deep learning, HP Sure Sense quickly combats progressively sophisticated cyber threats without requiring an army of security experts.
By leveraging Deep Instinct’s deep learning-based threat prevention engine, HP Sure Sense provides real-time detection and prevention – coupled with anti-ransomware, behavioral protection. Earning high detection rates of known and unknown malware (>99.9 percent), while maintaining a low false positive rate, HP Sure Sense AI pre-execution solution is capable of scanning any file type while predicting and preventing known or unknown threats before damage occurs.
“We believe every PC decision is a security decision and the addition of HP Sure Sense to our hardware-enforced security stack reinforces our commitment to providing customers with the most secure and manageable PCs,” said Andy Rhodes, Global Head Commercial Personal Systems, HP Inc. “By teaming up with Deep Instinct on the development of HP Sure Sense, we are providing end users with a powerful solution that confidently predicts and prevents security threats both today and in the future.”
Deep Instinct leverages deep learning’s predictive capabilities to create a threat prevention platform and network, across all endpoints, servers, mobile devices and operation systems (Windows, macOS, Android™, iOS and Chrome OS™) to guard against zero-day threats and APT attacks with superb accuracy. Deep Instinct was recently recognized in SE Labs’ independent threat prevention evaluation test labs report for achieving a 100 percent prevention rate and zero false-positives – when detecting and blocking known and unknown threats, including file-based and file-less attacks.
“Working with HP to guard and secure their new advanced laptops is testament to Deep Instinct’s deep learning capabilities,” said Guy Caspi, CEO and co-founder of Deep Instinct. “We are proud to join forces with HP to deliver superb technology and protection to enterprises on a global scale. This is only the first step in what will be a long and strategic partnership with HP.”
HP Sure Sense will be available on the new HP EliteBook 800 G6 series, as well as the HP ZBook 14u and HP ZBook 15u. For more information on SE Lab’s evaluation report is available for download here.
“Cybersecurity threats are evolving so quickly that most IT departments and SOC teams can’t keep up – so they become concerned for the state of their organizational security,” said Guy Caspi, CEO, Deep Instinct.
The addition of the Advanced Threat Analysis provides a tool set that performs advanced analysis on top of threats found in the organization, as part of the D-Appliance management console. It includes static analysis, sandboxing analysis, screenshots and network dump of the potential threats.
The introduction of Deep Instincts’ Deep Threat Analysis Report, also part of its new threat analysis services, gives organizations a stronger line of defense by helping them better understand more about thwarted attacks on their environment. The executive report enables visibility of prevented threats almost instantaneously, unlike lengthy delays organizations experience expect with similar reports, enabling a clearer view of the threat environment and saving time and money analysing future dangers.
Deep Instinct has disrupted the traditional cybersecurity market with new levels of accuracy that enable it to predict and prevent new first-seen threats others cannot find. It uses a proprietary artificial neural network inspired by the brain’s natural ability to learn and is the first of its kind to be applied to cybersecurity. It scans 100% of the raw data sets with unprecedented, industry leading precision to protect against zero-day threats and Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) attacks, while ensuring lowest false positives and an overall safer organization.