Olfeo Selects Lastline to Bolster Security with Advanced Malware Detection
Integrated technologies proven effective at detecting evasive browser-based malware before it infects an enterprise’s network.
REDWOOD CITY, CA – June 27, 2017 – Lastline Inc., the leader in advanced threat protection, today announced a partnership with Olfeo, a leading provider of enterprise Internet usage management services. The addition of Lastline’s advanced malware detection technology will enhance Olfeo’s web security gateway by providing an additional security layer and protecting companies against malware.
“Our technology partnership with Lastline seemed an obvious choice,” said Alexandre Souillé, CEO at Olfeo. “Cyber threats are becoming more and more complex and toxic. Our customers demand higher protection for their IT systems, and this includes advanced threat detection.”
Available immediately, the seamless and proven integration of Lastline’s advanced malware file analysis into Olfeo’s web security gateway will strengthen the environment of trust on the Internet for the most demanding customers. Olfeo selecting Lastline for this critically important capability demonstrates Lastline’s best-in-class reputation. After considering options available internally and from competitors, Olfeo selected Lastline based on demonstrably better detection, ease of integration, and cost effectiveness, providing the highest possible added value to Olfeo security offerings.
Lastline has a history of developing strong partnerships with companies that are leaders in their respective category and are seeking the best technologies for defeating cyber threats. Olfeo has been a reference in content filtering for over 10 years in France. As Lastline sought to expand its presence in France, Olfeo quickly emerged as an ideal fit to help the company achieve this goal.
“We’re honored that Olfeo selected Lastline for their malware detection,” said Brian Laing, VP of Products and Business Development for Lastline. “They are joining an impressive list of market-leading partner companies that, after extensive vetting, identified Lastline as superior to all alternatives, further reinforcing Lastline’s reputation as the best solution available today.”
Independent third parties have validated the superior performance of Lastline for detecting advanced malware. NSS Labs’ 2016 Breach Detection Systems Test recognized Lastline as the only breach detection offering they have ever tested to achieve 100 percent detection effectiveness with zero false positives. And the Forrester Wave™: Automated Malware Analysis Q2 Report identifies Lastline as the strongest current offering on the market.
Lastline provides advanced malware protection that is innovating the way companies protect themselves against advanced persistent threats, targeted attacks, and evasive malware. Lastline provides the threat visibility and context needed to respond quickly and effectively to malicious activity before damaging and costly data breaches occur. Headquartered in Redwood City, California with offices throughout North America, Europe and Asia, Lastline’s platform is used by Global 5000 enterprises, offered directly and through global managed security service providers, and integrated into the solutions of leading security technology vendors worldwide. www.lastline.com
Olfeo is a software vendor and expert in web security and content filtering that has been a leader in its field for the past 14 years. Olfeo offers discerning organizations the only web security gateway that seamlessly combines technological expertise with legal and cultural compliance in addition to the human factor. Its proxy-based web security gateway includes the following modules: QoS proxy cache and SSL decryption, URL filtering, DNS filtering, Protocol filtering, Network-based antivirus, and Captive portal. www.olfeo.com/en
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