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Seculert v2.0: New Look, New Features, New Technology

Seculert have announced the release of a new version of their service: Seculert v2.0.

The new version features the general availability of their Elastic Sandbox technology (previously in Beta), an updated application programming interface (API), and a new user interface.

Seculert identifies existing infections and continues to detect unknown malware both inside and outside internal networks, including remote sites, employees and even on personal mobile devices.

Using patented Botnet Interception technology, Elastic Sandbox technology and Big Data analytics, Seculert fully leverages security defences into a complete solution for detecting, stopping and remediating malware attacks.

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The cloud-based Elastic Sandbox is where malware is introduced, examined and profiled and data analysis is implemented. Users running malware samples can now select increments of time and different geo locations by which to analyse their sample.

"Our Elastic Sandbox is a natural progression for our cloud-based SaaS solution; continuing our dedication to research, intelligence and protection from malware and advanced threats. It is the only truly ‘elastic’ sandbox available that allows malware to evolve over long periods of time, and not just run for a couple of minutes." says Seculert CTO Aviv Raff.

With the new API, Seculert customers should be able to better visualize the API calls and data manipulation. Through integration of the API and pre-existing on-premises products, customers can transform their current security defences into a complete advanced threat protection solution.

"With the new API console we will continue to simplify the lives of network security professionals; continuing our commitment to providing the best of our technology in the most intuitive and economic manner," said Raff.

 

 
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