Company Will Be On Site in Booth #1647D to Discuss Recently Announced Partnership with Barac and to Showcase the Benefits of Cybersecurity-as-a-Service
SAN FRANCISCO – RSA Conference – February 24, 2020 – Cygilant, provider of Cybersecurity-as-a-Service to mid-sized organizations, today announced that it will be attending the annual RSAC 2020, taking place from Feb. 24-28, 2020 in San Francisco.
The company will be located at booth, #1647D, alongside Barac, its newly announced partner and provider of the only solution that uses AI metadata analysis to protect organizations against malware hidden in encrypted traffic. Experts from both companies will be available to discuss the need for visibility into encrypted traffic and to demonstrate the joint solution.
“As the use of encryption becomes the industry standard, companies of all sizes need a solution that will let them understand what’s in the encrypted traffic entering their network, so they can block attempts by cybercriminals to mask their intentions,” said Kevin Landt, VP of Product Management at Cygilant. Decrypting the data isn’t a solution, as that will violate several privacy regulations.
Barac’s Encrypted Traffic Visibility (ETV) platform is the only solution that inspects inbound and outbound encrypted network traffic for malicious threats in real-time, without the need for decryption. “Combining the power of Barac’s encrypted traffic visibility technology with our cybersecurity expertise and world-class service will give small and mid-sized businesses – who typically struggle with limited resources – the ability to protect their networks and maintain compliance,” added Landt.
Barac’s ETV scans the metadata of the encrypted traffic, not its contents, using behavioral analytics and AI to uncover anomalies. This method does not put companies in breach of compliance regulations, as no data is decrypted.
Cygilant protects its customers from the latest cybersecurity threats through a combination of automated tools and personalized advice. The company provides dedicated Cybersecurity Advisors (CSAs), who work directly with customers as an extension of their team; global 24×7 Security Operation Centers (SOCs) which constantly monitor customers’ networks, using the latest threat hunting, detection, patch management and incident response technologies; and the company’s SOCVue Platform, which consolidates multiple streams of security data to help detect and respond to threats faster.