GraniteEdge Updates ESP

GraniteEdge announced its latest release of GraniteEdge ESP - the only solution that automatically visualizes network behavior

BELLEVUE, Wash. -- GraniteEdge Networks today announced its latest release of GraniteEdge ESP ­ the only solution that automatically visualizes network behavior, transforming millions of individual events into a handful of visual chains of related and suspicious behavior. New capabilities further extend the technology leadership of GraniteEdge to protect high-value assets and key business processes by creating virtual security zones where all network behavior is closely tracked and developing threats exposed. Delivering unprecedented visibility into network behavior , IT organizations can immediately deploy GraniteEdge ESP to minimize potential damage and reduce the risk of threats that could jeopardize business continuity.

A key challenge in responding to complex threats such as zero-day attacks, malware, bots, social engineering, and insider abuse is obtaining an accurate picture of these threats quickly,² said Carl Snyder, chief operating officer with SafeHarbor Technology Corporation. ³With GraniteEdge ESP, we can literally respond to breaches in minutes versus days and expose attacks that would otherwise go undetected. GraniteEdge ESP guarantees that our network security policies are in fact effectively working and that our most critical network-based assets are safe.

Nearly every enterprise will suffer perimeter breaches. What¹s key is that they safeguard critical assets and ensure their ability to continue core business processes,² said Rob Ayoub, analyst at Frost & Sullivan. ³Defending these assets requires specialized defenses beyond signature-based detection, event-by-event correlation, anomaly detection, and log aggregation.

GraniteEdge ESP delivers an important component of a defense in depth solution with its unique Threat Visualization solution.

GraniteEdge Networks Inc.

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