ProtectWise, Carbon Black to deliver a secured network view

ProtectWise, a platform that creates full-fidelity network memory in the cloud to detect threats has entered into a partnership and product integration with Carbon Black that offers products and services for detecting, preventing and resolving advanced cyber security threats. ProtectWise’s cloud enterprise security platform ProtectWise Grid will integrate with Carbon Black’s products that includes Cb endpoint security platform, Cb defense, Cb response, Cb protection, Cb collective defense cloud. Scott Chasin, CEO and Co-Founder, ProtectWise said, “When looking for integration partners, we want to work with a broad range of strategic technical champions with a strong set of APIs who share the same approach to cybersecurity.”
“We need to come together as an industry, democratize access to data and insights and provide added value and protection to our customers. Carbon Black will help us to do just that.”
ProtectWise claims that Grid provides its customers with an intuitive, actionable experience, changing the way it look at data and revolutionizing the way the enterprise currently deals with threats. Carbon Black’s Endpoint Security Platform helps organizations of all sizes replace ineffective antivirus, lock down endpoints and critical systems, and arm incident response teams with the most advanced tools to hunt down threats. Thus, with the integration of platforms will provide the customers will provide a better scale of enterprise security and better protection to customers. ProtectWise also claims to have the ability to create an unlimited retention window with full-fidelity forensics, automated retrospection and advanced visualization with -savings of an on-demand deployment model. With the Cb Response integration, customers will get more information about devices and users, creating universal visibility from endpoint to network. Together, the products give users workflows to not only view the process that ran on the endpoint and executed the connection on the network, but actually see the data sent on the network. Ramon Peypoch, Chief Product Officer, ProtectWise stated, “As we move forward as an organization, we are pursuing an aggressive list of integration partners. We want to pull in threat detection from other security devices to feed into our event generation system and leverage additional integrations to act as an enforcement point on the network. By focusing on collaborating as an industry, we hope to shift the paradigm away from the current approach to enterprise security and provide better protection to our customers.”

Abhinav Mohapatra

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