The company delivers security solutions that adapt to the rapidly changing technology and threat landscapes–APTs (Advanced Persistent Threats), malware, spear-phishing, and insider threats. To shield against these advanced threat and data theft, the company has developed TRITON APX. The product offers certain holistic solution through its four core components—TRITON AP-WEB, TRITON AP-EMAIL, TRITON AP-DATA, and TRITON AP-ENDPOINT—to meet the complex Data Theft Prevention (DTP) challenges. These products monitor, educate, and enforce email policies to provide web security and protect sensitive data. Websense ACE (Advanced Classification Engine) delivers real-time security ratings to all products, built on the WEBSENSE TRITON architecture. Simultaneously, the Websense ThreatSeeker Intelligence Cloud seeks out threats contained within web, social media, and email content. With this product, companies can protect critical data from theft, whether it’s on-premise, in the cloud, or on mobile devices. WEBSENSE’s recent product Web Filter and Security blocks web threats to reduce malware infections, decrease help desk incidents, and free up valuable IT resources. “WEBSENSE products solve a number of information security problems,” implies McCormack.
To counterbalance the evolving cyber threats, the company has escalated the level of security. It has effectively maintained the Websense Cyber Security Intelligence (CSI) services, which enable the IT staff to join forces with WEBSENSE Security Labs researchers to assume a more proactive security position.
We are providing the best security solutions for modern threats at the lowest total cost of ownership
“We are providing the best security solutions for modern threats at the lowest total cost of ownership,” adds McCormack. Websense solutions have closed the gaps left by traditional, outdated defenses such as anti-virus, firewalls, and UTMs (Unified Threat Management). “In this age of disruptive change, we secure critical data and help the organizations to grow and innovate with confidence,” says McCormack.