Intellinx Unveils Version 2

Today Intellinx announces Intellinx Version 2 of internal security software

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

May 24, 2006

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NEW YORK -- Today Intellinx, the leading innovator of end-user behavior tracking solutions for insider threat protection, announces Intellinx Version 2 of internal security software. The new version enables the most complete tracking of authorized end-user activity across the enterprise, expanding platform support to include legacy systems as well as client/server and web.

Intellinx Version 2 provides comprehensive recording and analysis of end-user activity across internal business applications. Configurable business rules analyze screen content, track user behavior patterns and trigger alerts on exceptions in real-time. Internal auditors can immediately zoom-in on specific suspects and replay their actions in a screen-by-screen, keystroke-by-keystroke manner. Intellinx Version 2 tracks internal business processes in multiple applications across multiple platforms throughout the enterprise.

The business need for detailed tracking of end-user activity at the application level is real, as applications are vulnerable to both internal and external attacks, says Joseph Feiman, Research VP at Gartner. Performing this task is highly challenging considering the mix of platforms that most large corporations utilize to run their mission-critical applications (e.g. IBM mainframes, AS/400, client-server and web); mix of legacy and newly written applications; and mix of technologies (from Cobol to Java and from CICS to Web Service).

We are excited to announce the new Intellinx version, meeting the essential need of companies everywhere to protect their information assets from unauthorized manipulation or disclosure by their trusted insiders, says Orna Mintz-Dov, Intellinx Ltd. co-founder and CEO. "Larger organizations will now benefit from unparalleled visibility into their internal users activity “across a wider range of platforms, including legacy, client/server and web. Based on the enthusiastic responses of our beta-testing customers, the new version has proven being highly scalable and stable."

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