Social Media Security Threats Revamped from Detection to Prevention Mode
REDWOOD SHORES, CA: Cloud has improved portability among employees who are increasingly accessing corporate data that is housed in third party applications. These devices or applications are not owned or controlled by corporate enterprises over third party networks. With this paradigm shifts, the CIO has gone from controlling everything to now controlling almost nothing: neither of the data, device, nor the network; just in a span of few years. To prevent the encroaching potential security threats in social media, Soteria Intelligence, a social media threat assessment company joins iSheriff, a cloud-based enterprise device security solutions provider.
The partnership integrates Soteria Intelligence’s social media threat assessment platform into iSheriff’s cloud-based platform to provide security for endpoints, websites, and email to numerous clients globally. The new integrated solution allows enterprise security to revamp their existing reactive scanning and detection mode to proactive and threat prevention mode. Aaron Schoenberger, CEO, Soteria Intelligence states, "Our partnership with iSheriff will allow us to deliver the value of our predictive threat detection globally and enable enterprises to prevent, rather than react, to ransomware and malicious virus attacks."
iSherriff’s solutions are simple and offer a cost-effective way to secure data and devices from digital threats. This multi-layered solution is easy to deploy, blocks advanced threats, and boasts policy enforcements. The Soteria Intelligence system combines artificial intelligence, proprietary algorithms and proven methodologies to identify and analyze posts on popular social networks. The intelligence system also provides social media threat consulting, incident response services and counter-messaging strategies to high-net-worth individuals, corporations, and government agencies.
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