Governance, Risk & Compliance

Governance, Risk & Compliance

April 30, 2012

Solera Enhances DeepSee Solution to Improve Security Risk Management for Enterprises

The new and improved version of the DeepSee Software solution from Solera Networks will now help enterprise customers better prepare for security breaches and attacks. The easy-to-use and affordable software will provide answers to critical questions about an attack or security breach.

"Enterprises are losing the battle against targeted attacks, and as a result, intellectual property is being stolen and networks are successfully breached every day, because these threats go undetected,” said Steve Shillingford, President, and CEO of Solera (News - Alert) Networks. “Organizations are now realizing that their traditional predictive technologies are not fully protecting their systems and data, and are shifting their cybersecurity focus toward breach preparedness.

The need for advanced solutions which support intelligence and analytics tools for enhancing security-based decision-making is shared by organizations of all sizes and across all industries.  Many organizations, however, step away from advanced security hardware and software solutions mainly because of the high investment and maintenance costs involved.  

“Solera's solutions level the battlefield and hasten this shift by recording and classifying every packet, file and flow going in and out of the network for complete reconstruction of any attack,” added Shillingford. “Delivering this in an easy-to-deploy software-based solution means that any enterprise can have full visibility, situational awareness and intelligent incident response."

Solera Networks' easy-to-deploy DeepSee Software solution has also been designed with advanced Security Intelligence and Analytics technology, which make it easy for enterprises to better prepare for security breaches and identify advanced targeted attacks (ATA).

"New threats are bypassing or simply overwhelming old security monitoring tools,” said Jon Oltsik, Senior Principle Analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group (News - Alert). “Given the scale and complexity of security management today, the existing portfolio of security intelligence tools is becoming inadequate, but CISOs don't want to repeat past mistakes by buying additional tactical solutions. The next generation of security intelligence tools must address everything missing today by offering tight integration, big data analytics intelligence, multi-terabyte scale and out-of-the-box value."

The solution, available on all leading hardware platforms, contains a simple and flexible software licensing model, which reduces Total Cost of Ownership, and has been designed with advanced multi-core compute power and storage innovation.

Edited by Braden Becker

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