Symantec Taps in Threat Intelligence Service for Nuanced Understanding of Cybersecurity Trends

By CIOReview | Thursday, November 5, 2015
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FREMONT, CA: The issue of cyber security continues to be elusive with IT enterprises continuing to report on incursions and vulnerabilities denting security framework. The launch of Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) solutions is just a week old, but Symantec has moved on to work on its purple patch run by introducing Directed Threat Research, in a step to address such threat issues.

The software dives into the DeepSight Intelligence service to hasten corporate cyber threat defense, with custom-built cyber security solutions. The technology provides context rich data tailored to the requirement of the enterprises. It trails corporate threats to detect stolen data and hacktivism breaking into a network defense parameter.  

Symantec’s foundation of DeepSight Intelligence, in conjunction with Symantec’s telemetry Global Intelligence Networks provides greater threat scrutinizing performance, adversary and tactics to the big enterprise players. Deep Sight features a specially dedicated channel, in which users can submit their request to get their queries solved with customized reports.

The on-demand subscription-based software delivers reports via context to the enterprises by allowing threat intelligence that are associated with risks in the software infrastructure. The Symantec intelligence analytics team provides insight into imminent attacks by enabling clients to optimize on security monitoring services.