By extending its Enterprise UTM architecture to cloud and hybrid networks
Global DataGuard, a provider of network behaviour analysis based enterprise unified threat management, said that it plans to develop a unified cloud security offering by extending its systemic security architecture to support cloud and hybrid networks, in addition to premise based environments.
According to Global DataGuard, its Enterprise UTM for cloud computing offering will integrate patented network behaviour analysis and correlation technology with PCI enabled intrusion detection and prevention; vulnerability scanning and management; log management, analysis and monitoring; network access and policy monitoring, and threat management capabilities, including prioritised network, global and vendor threats and vulnerabilities.
In addition, the unified security anywhere approach will enable customers to fortify their premise based, cloud or hybrid network infrastructure and current IT investments with an architecture and applications portfolio that provide virtual scalability, regulatory compliance, up to a 60% reduction in network security costs, the company claims.
Scott paly, CEO for Global DataGuard, said: “Adequate security is, ultimately, the network owner’s responsibility, regardless of where the applications and data reside. By extending our network behaviour analysis based Enterprise UTM architecture into the cloud, our goal is to make enterprise level security ubiquitous for SMB and SME customers at a fraction of the price,whether they have premise based, cloud or hybrid network environments.”