Financial Services Leader Chooses Lastline to Inspect Network, Email, and Web Traffic for Evasive Malware
This Information technology service company provides an extensive array of products and services to help more than ten thousand financial institutions across the nation process transactions and automate business processes. The security teams here spent a significant amount of time analyzing malware and were still unable to efficiently correlate the data to provide a more meaningful picture of the total health of their network. After learning more about enterprise solutions for detecting malware, this company realized they had an opportunity to put a solution in place to cut down on some of the workload and save time for their analysts.
“One of the biggest security challenges we face is detecting malware and malware infected machines, and correlating that data to determine what is random and what is a targeted attack against the organization.”
This organization evaluated several advanced malware protection solutions before choosing Lastline. They ultimately chose Lastline because of the next-generation sandbox’s thorough detection capabilities and the flexibility the software-based solution provided.
“Because of the type of work our analysts do, we really needed a solution that would help with daily tasks such as being able to run the malware to see what it was doing, which Damballa cannot do. We also evaluated FireEye, but the fact that they had a different appliance for each of their solution types brings up deployment and cost considerations, and we were looking at rolling this out to many off-site offices.”
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