Wedge Networks Offers Advanced Cyber Security with its WedgeAMB
By apacciooutlook | Monday, December 03, 2018
FREMONT, CA: Wedge Networks, a network security solution provider, announces the launch of Wedge Advanced Malware Blocker (WedgeAMB). The latest offering from the company can prevent ransom ware, zero day attacks and other advanced threats from entering networks.
The solution is a part of the Wedge Absolute Real-time Protection (WedgeARP) series of enterprise solutions, providing security platforms in the form of virtual machines or appliances. It has actionable threat intelligence to maximize threat mitigation. WedgeAMB uses Cylance's artificial intelligence (AI) technology and other technologies to detect and block viruses and advanced malware from entering enterprise networks. WedgeIQ is an automated threat intelligenceengine that rolls up threat event data from enterprise-wide AMB systems to characterize, correlate, analyze and visualize the network-wide threat landscape.
WedgeAMB has the capability to block threats in real-time along with real-time visibility of the network-wide threat landscape, empowering security personnel to identify and focus on the most critical risks first. This reduces business disruption and loss of money. It can also protect all network connected endpoints automatically, without configuration. This not only reduces restrictions on BYOD and IoT devices but also improves productivity.
"We live in an age where collaboration and embracing the innovation of others is ke y to providing the best possible security solutions available," says James Hamilton, CEO, Wedge Networks. "We've developed the industry's highest performing real-time hyper-inspection and orchestration engine. Orchestrating that functionality in concert with other best-in-class technologies enables the most effective threat prevention available, with superior performance and scale. That's what the WedgeARP series is all about – orchestrating the industry's best security technologies and joining forces in the fight against cybercrime."