Trustwave also announced the SpiderLabs Threat Intelligence Program, a subscription-based managed security service that gives organizations access to research from Trustwave SpiderLabs. Trustwave said that the new managed security services and Threat Intelligence Program should help organizations protect themselves from cybersecurity threats and data loss.
The company will showcase the new services at the 2012 RSA Conference.
Trustwave’s Web Application Firewall sends events from a Trustwave Web application firewall appliance to Trustwave Security Operations Centers, where security pros use Trustwave SIEM technology to correlate and analyze application-specific events to generate alerts. The analysis should reduce the number of false alerts, the company said.
The Trustwave Managed SIEM Appliance is a managed on-premise event collector that transmits events to Trustwave Security Operations Centers for analysis, reporting and archiving. Trustwave analyses security events and suggests an action that would reduce security risks. According to Trustwave, customers should be able to mitigate security threats without having to manage the SIEM in-house.
The SpiderLabs Threat Intelligence Program is a new subscription-based service that gives organizations access to Trustwave SpiderLabs, the team within Trustwave focused on penetration testing, incident response, application security and security research. SpiderLabs Threat Intelligence sends daily feeds and quarterly summaries to educate organizations about the threat landscape in areas such as mobile security, targeted malware, infrastructure, cloud and virtualized computing.
The Chicago-based company’s full range of managed security services also includes its flagship, TrustKeeper compliance management software, managed encryption, network access control, two-factor authentication and unified threat management. Trustwave has offices throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.
-Stephanie Wright, Contributor
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