Solera Networks Unveils ThreatBLADES

Unifies threat intelligence, Big Data security analytics and security visibility to protect against zero-day, advance persistent, web and email threats, spear phishing attacks and malicious files and botnets.

hidden July 24, 2013 13:12:59 IST
Solera Networks Unveils ThreatBLADES

Solera Networks, a Blue Coat company and a provider of Big Data security analytics for advanced threat protection, introduced the Blue Coat ThreatBLADES, making it possible for enterprises to protect against and rapidly resolve advanced targeted attacks.

The Blue Coat ThreatBLADES unifies threat intelligence, Big Data security analytics and security visibility to protect against zero-day, advance persistent, web and email threats, spear phishing attacks and malicious files and botnets. Providing these unified capabilities empowers CISOs to quickly understand, prioritise and act on security threats, reducing mean time to resolution.

The new Blue Coat ThreatBLADES are integrated into the Solera Security Analytics Platform (formally Solera DeepSee) and are powered by the Blue Coat WebPulse Collaborative Defense, the industry’s leading real-time ratings service that provides the latest intelligence on web-based malware and other malicious web content. WebPulse receives more than one billion daily URL requests from more than 75 million people worldwide, creating a powerful network effect that provides comprehensive visibility into web content. As part of the Solera Security Analytics Platform, Blue Coat ThreatBLADES are centrally managed through a single-pane-of-glass user interface.

Blue Coat ThreatBLADES add advanced threat protection to the Solera Security Analytics Platform by providing the real-time security intelligence and automated threat discovery needed to detect indicators of compromise and the tactics, techniques and procedures used in today’s advanced targeted attacks. The extensible nature of the software-based ThreatBLADES provides a dynamic architecture for proactive detection, faster time-to-response, ongoing fortification of security defences and greater ability to minimise the impact of security events and breaches.

“Organisations are under enormous pressure as cyberattacks continue to increase in number and severity. However, traditional security measures and novelty point solutions are no longer enough. A comprehensive and modern big data security platform is now a critical requirement,” said Steve Shillingford, senior vice president and general manager, Advanced Threat Protection Group at Blue Coat. “Our innovative solution—combining the Solera Platform with Blue Coat ThreatBLADES—provides a powerful, extensible platform to help organisations detect and analyse emerging threats while gaining 360-degree visibility into their networks.”

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