ThreatTrack Security today announced a partnership with Re-Sec Technologies, an enterprise security firm based in
MachineSafe uses multiple antivirus engines to defend Re-Sec customers -- including institutions in the Israeli financial sector -- against a broad array of malicious threats. With ThreatAnalyzer, Rec-Sec will complement their automated malware analysis by providing an additional layer of cyber defense, enabling its customers to identify malware evading traditional signature-based detections.
"Re-Sec recognizes that antivirus detection alone is not enough when it comes to combating today's advanced threats," said
ThreatAnalyzer enables organizations to better defend themselves against Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs), targeted attacks and Zero-day threats by analyzing files and URLs for malicious activity in a monitored environment to determine how they execute, the system changes they make and the network traffic they generate. Armed with this malware behavior analysis, organizations can identify and eliminate these advanced threats from their network.
"Adding malware analysis to our MachineSafe platform helps us deliver a product unlike any other," said
Building Stronger Security Solutions
Through its OEM Partner Program, ThreatTrack Security helps software companies, service providers, hardware manufacturers and others build stronger cyber defenses for their customers. The company enables partners to integrate proven-in-the-field anti-malware software, automated malware analysis and real-time malware intelligence, via the company's premiere sandbox technology, ThreatAnalyzer, into new and existing security products.
ThreatTrack Security also offers partners easy and flexible licensing terms, as well as access to a skilled team of security and business-development professionals providing dedicated sales, marketing and technical support. Visit www.ThreatTrackSecurity.com/OEM to learn more about the ThreatTrack Security OEM Partner Program.
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