Razorpoint unveils Rz.DataWatch Service

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NEW YORK , USA: Razorpoint Security Technologies, network security services provider has announced its managed Rz.Datawatch service, which monitors corporate Internet presences and detects attacks involving the recentDomain Name System (DNS) vulnerabilities.


Rz.DataWatch detects and reports on the attacks malicious attackers can leverage from the new DNS vulnerabilities (e.g., Domain Hijacking, Man-In-The-Middle (MITM), and Pharming). The service enhances security for firms conducting e-commerce, e-banking and other online transactions.

"DNS and other online services are now business assets," said Gary Morse, president and founder, Razorpoint Security. "Your business requires these assets to be precise and accurate. If they're not, you could be out of business."

Rz.DataWatch(TM) monitors a firm's online Internet assets (DNS information, WHOIS, ARIN, RIPE, domain names, server information, etc.) on a continual basis and rapidly notifies clients of any modifications.


"Domain Hijacking, Man-In-The-Middle (MITM), and Pharming are not necessarily new attacks, but these latest vulnerabilities make them much easier to pull off," said Morse. "And, you can do it without being detected easily."

Attacks on web sites, e-commerce business and email traffic are all possible without triggering intrusion detection systems, without ever showing up in a firewall log, and without companies knowing. Rz.DataWatch's customized system probes and data analysis engine monitor and analyze your company's online presence. Said Morse, "Our unique service monitors the way the Internet-world sees you and your business, and identifies malicious activity."

Rz.DataWatch is available as a low cost, monthly service. The service requires no management, no software to install, nor does it consume network resources and it is available on a worldwide.