Lastline Releases Hybrid Cloud Advanced Malware Solution for MSSPs
Company Enables MSSP
s with a scalable and flexible advanced malware solution
Company Enables MSSPs with a scalable and flexible advanced malware solution SANTA BARBARA, Calif.–(Business Wire)– Lastline, Inc., a provider of active malware defense solutions for businesses, today announced its Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) solution. As the only advanced malware solution on the market today that provides the MSSP with a turn-key cloud-based infrastructure, organizations now have a highly scalable advanced solution, with a low incremental start-up cost through a subscription-based model. This solution can either be centrally managed in the MSSP data center or provided as a service from Lastline.
“Traditional advanced malware solutions require expensive appliances on the customer premise, which makes an MSSP deployment capital intensive and costly to manage and maintain. Given the number of devices generally required to protect an Enterprise network, these solutions are often not viable,” said Jens Andreassen, CEO, Lastline. “What we
re offering is a hybrid cloud architecture and on-premise deployment option that enables MSSPs to build out their own advanced malware offering in their own data center, leveraging the cloud computing benefits for greater agility, higher operational efficiency and lower capital expense."
Several MSSPs and large enterprise organizations have approached Lastline and expressed interest in a highly scalable malware solution. NTT Communications, one of the worlds largest telecommunications companies, is an early user of Lastline
s MSSP solution.
"As malware threats continue to evolve, we wanted to work with a company that could offer the most advanced technology for our network security offering protecting against the latest threats, regardless of whether they have been seen before or not," said Mitsuhiro Hatada, Manager, Innovative Architecture Center, NTT Communications Corporation. "We saw the combination of Lastline's Private Cloud Architecture with real-time dynamic analysis of all incoming files and monitoring of outgoing traffic as major advantage in our effort to combat advanced threats such as targeted attacks that leverage zero-day exploits."
Lastlines MSSP solution joins the company`s line of products including Guardia, Malascape and flagship solution Previct to protect enterprise networks against advanced malware across all vectors including Web, Downloads and Email. With Lastline, businesses have the most advanced solutions available to detect, analyze, and mitigate advanced persistent threat (APTs), targeted attacks and zero-day threats.
Lastline delivers the most effective and comprehensive security platform to detect, stop, and manage targeted attacks, advanced persistent threats, zero-day exploits, and evasive malware designed to bypass traditional security products. Lastline was founded by world-renowned security researchers who have been analyzing next generation threats over the past decade. The Lastline founders also created Anubis and Wepawet, free, advanced malware analysis services that are used by more than 80,000 users from security, enterprise, and government organizations.
Lastline provides high-resolution and real-time malware analysis of network, email, web, file and mobile attacks. Lastline solutions are cost effective and can be easily deployed as on premise software and cloud-based service throughout an organization’s environment. To detect advanced malware on your network or to upload files for advanced malware analysis, get your free trial of Lastline Enterprise and Lastline Analyst at www.lastline.com/products. For more information, please visit www.lastline.com.
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