BT launches next-gen Cyber service

By : |April 15, 2015 0

SINGAPORE: BT has launched BT Assure Cyber, an advanced security platform targeted at the private sector and government organizations.

The new platform uses advanced analytics engines to detect subtle threats within the monitored environment.

At the core of the Assure Cyber architecture is a super correlation engine that uses advanced mathematics to pick out anomalies from within human and machine orientated traffic. This complements traditional anomaly detection methods to gain a heightened situational awareness beyond that achievable with a single method of detection and analysis.

The platform uses a pro-active methodology informed by a risk modelling engine that puts complex and routine threats into context. It determines how serious a particular attack may be to an organisation, taking into consideration the multiple layers of defence between an attacker and the vulnerable asset subject to attack.

Mark Hughes, President, BT Security, said: “Cloud computing and mobile devices introduce a multiplicity of new security risks. These developments take place in an environment where organic growth, mergers and acquisitions, changes in suppliers and adoption of new technologies make it increasingly difficult to assess an organisation’s exposure to the global cyber threat landscape. It is all about rethinking the risk.”

BT Assure Cyber is available globally.

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