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Trustwave Expands Managed Security Services, Adds Threat Intelligence Service

Trustwave, a provider of IT security and compliance solutions, today announced additions to its managed security services portfolio, including new managed Web Application Firewall and Information and Event Management (SIEM) solutions.

The offerings add to the company’s existing managed security services offerings, including managed encryption, network access control, two-factor authentication and unified threat management.

Trustwave, a provider of IT security and compliance solutions, today announced additions to its managed security services portfolio, including new managed Web Application Firewall and Information and Event Management (SIEM) solutions.

The offerings add to the company’s existing managed security services offerings, including managed encryption, network access control, two-factor authentication and unified threat management.

Trustwave LogoTrustwave’s Managed Web Application Firewall provides Web applications with real-time, continuous security and protection from vulnerabilities and data loss. The managed security service sends events from a Trustwave Web application firewall appliance to Trustwave Security Operations Centers where security experts use Trustwave SIEM technology to correlate and analyze application-specific events to generate alerts.

The company’s Managed SIEM Appliance consists of an on-premise event collector, which transmits events to Trustwave Security Operations Centers for analysis, reporting and archiving.

Trustwave also announced a new subscription-based service that gives organizations access to the research, insight and analysis from Trustwave’s security team. Dubbed SpiderLabs Threat Intelligence Program, the service is delivered as a daily feed and aims to provide timely security information to help customers better understand the changing threat landscape in areas including mobile security, targeted malware, infrastructure, cloud and virtual environments.

“One of the scarcest commodities is a security professional who can analyze a challenging threat landscape and who has experience with a wide variety of real-world situations,” said Wendy Nather, research director of enterprise security at 451 Research. “Trustwave SpiderLabs has a whole lab full of them, and is making their expertise available as a service to those customers needing a trusted source of security intelligence.”

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For more than 10 years, Mike Lennon has been closely monitoring the threat landscape and analyzing trends in the National Security and enterprise cybersecurity space. In his role at SecurityWeek, he oversees the editorial direction of the publication and is the Director of several leading security industry conferences around the world.

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