(The Hosting News) – Recently, Websense marked a major milestone as it unveiled the all-new Websense® TRITON™ solution, which integrates and unifies Web, DLP, and email security into one solution. In an age of borderless organizations, modern, blended threats like Zeus, Stuxnet, and Aurora, prove that legacy security products are totally ineffective. This is a wake-up call for the security industry. A whole new type of security must emerge to combat these threats — and Websense alone is leading the change. This week, you can get a glimpse at the future of security at the RSA Conference, booth #1129.
With no network perimeter to secure, today’s security is all about the content. Whether that content is email, Web, social media, or data, Websense is the only security company focusing solely on securing the content itself. Websense identifies, classifies and understands content in all its forms and wherever it travels in and out of an organization. Websense is adding email security with enterprise-class DLP and a hybrid platform, plus several exciting packages. By taking advantage of the complete Websense portfolio, customers can consolidate security and get the most out of their budget.
What sets the new TRITON solution apart from others?
- Advanced attack protection for today’s advanced persistent threats.
- Lower costs, easier management, and better security for Web, email, and data.
- Maximum coverage and flexibility for branch offices and mobile workers without spending more on hardware.
- Compliance and DLP to protect sensitive information.
- The ability to safely take advantage of rich internet applications, SaaS, social media, and mobility.
Websense TRITON Product descriptions:
The three new products Websense recently introduced are:
The Websense Email Security Gateway Anywhere, the first true hybrid email security product with fully integrated DLP technology.
Most significant is the Websense TRITON Security Gateway Anywhere, combining Websense Web and Email Security Gateway technology, including hybrid deployment and data loss prevention (DLP), into the world’s first unified content security gateway.
Finally there is Websense TRITON Enterprise, giving customers maximum flexibility with Websense Web, email and data security solution modules: however, wherever, and whenever they need. Customers can choose from any of Websense TRITON solution modules, whether deployed on Websense V-Series™ appliances or in Websense global SaaS infrastructure, or combined in a hybrid form to protect their employees, their data, and their organizations.
Quotes on TRITON Unified Content Security:
“Websense already leads the content security software market,” said John McCormack, president, Websense. “Everybody else is providing a portfolio of point products. Only Websense made a four-year investment to build a platform that truly unifies and consolidates Web security, email security and DLP in a way that is greater than the sum of its parts AND reduces costs.”
“The message is clear. When you’re ready to safely enable social media, cloud computing, and mobile and when you need to prevent data loss, while reducing costs and complexity, think Websense,” said Dave Meizlik, director of marketing, Websense.
“Websense hybrid deployments give us the confidence we need as a leading pan-European operator with hundreds of remote workers,” said David Rigby, IT Network Manager, P&O Ferrymasters (A Dubai World Company). “It’s all about the right access to the right data for the right people, whether on-premises or off. As a transport and logistics company, we always have employees at customer sites, and they are entering and communicating confidential data such as invoices and inventory. With Websense TRITON-based products, like their Web Security Gateway and email security, we feel confident that our systems stay clean of malware and the integrated DLP helps make sure that sensitive data stays where it should, without fear of data loss.”
“There is no question that the threat landscape is evolving at a rapid pace,” stated Michael Suby, VP of Research at Stratecast (a Division of Frost & Sullivan). “Furthermore, cyber perpetrators will readily pounce on exploitable gaps in legacy security products. What Websense is accomplishing with its TRITON architecture is providing businesses with an extensible and adaptable mechanism to fight fire with fire.”
Read more about what TRITON means to the industry on the Websense Insights blog.
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