Fidelis Cybersecurity, a provider of products and services for detecting and stopping advanced cyberattacks, has announced its participation in GITEX Technology Week 2017 to be held at Dubai World Trade Center, October 08-12. Fidelis Cybersecurity (Hall 1, stand E1-30) will demonstrate how its latest platform, Fidelis Elevate, empowers security teams and raises an organisations’ security posture by providing automated detection and response across both networks and endpoints.
“If recent attacks like WannaCry and Petya have taught us anything, it is that traditional security defences are no longer capable of combatting modern cyber-attacks and protecting organisations’ most sensitive data,” said Jason Mical, vice president, endpoint products, Fidelis Cybersecurity. “Enterprises have evolved with a patchwork of systems strung together that create more complexity than the problems they solve. Security teams without complete visibility across networks and endpoints — don’t have the capability to prevent and detect threats, and the automation to maximise resources; which has resulted in enterprises being unable to detect and respond to the cyber threats facing them today.”
Fidelis Elevate offers content rich network and endpoint visibility to detect both known and unknown threats. Enterprises can utilise its automated detection and response capability to ensure protection from security incidents happens immediately, and historical data is delivered to security analysts for subsequent action. From here, using the platform, the security team is able to triage, investigate, remediate and forensically analyse security incidents to fully protect their enterprise.
“In the event of an attack, security teams need to answer a few key questions – did the attack reach the target, was the attack activated, what else happened prior to and after the attack and did this activity occur on any other system in my environment. Fidelis Elevate automatically delivers these answers, which provide the critical information needed for security teams to effectively analyse and respond to modern day threats,” continued Jason.