iboss launches 7.0 security platform, updates network protection for the enterprise

Summary:iboss Network Security has updated its enterprise security platform to offer better network protection against cybercriminals.

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iboss Network Security has updated its Web security platform to give organizations better protection against malware, advanced threats and cybercrime.

The Web security firm's 7.0 platform caters to businesses who require network protection against malware, and provides advanced infection detection and response tools.

Version 7.0 new functionality includes:

  • Increased threat detection and defense with integrated anti-malware and AV plus signature-less advanced sandboxing for multi-layered protection against infections and data loss;
  • Outbound behavioral analysis to bolster protection against data loss and improve visibility across all data movement in and out of the network;
  • A redesigned user interface and increased mobile support;
  • Enhanced reporting in real-time.

Paul Martini, CEO and cofounder of iboss Network Security commented:

Legacy security solutions have been focused on prevention centered on inbound malware defenses. iboss’ mission is to substantially increase our customers’ ability to not only prevent threats, but detect and respond to malware quickly when infections occur. With our latest version, which includes exclusive outbound data movement analysis and integrated behavioral sandboxing, customers experience a wealth of enhanced defenses against APTs and malware, plus an improved, intuitive interface.

Topics: Security, Enterprise Software, Networking


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