Today, RSA is excited to announce a new product suite we call RSA Via. It has three main components and comes with a provocative claim: it’s one of the first smart identity solutions to protect from the endpoint to the cloud.
RSA Via brings together three components of identity and access management (IAM) that have traditionally been run as separate silos, and is engineered to do so in a differentiated, connected, “smart” way:
Organizations continue to invest in traditional log-centric SIEM tools without seeing the benefits that they have been promised. Sure, most SIEMs do a fine job of log collection, management and compliance reporting, but the outcome every enterprise wants – and wanted all along – is to detect and respond to the most lethal threats that can evade their security controls.
RSA Security Analytics is what SIEM was meant to be – superior threat detection and investigation.
Time and time again, traditional log-centric SIEMs have failed to properly protect organizations against attacks, especially advanced or targeted attacks. According to the 2014 Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report 99% of successful cyber-espionage attacks went undiscovered by logs. At RSA, we’re not surprised by this statistic. While log analysis can add value, by themselves logs alone are simply not enough to provide visibility to a determined threat. As your IT environment now spans from the endpoint to the cloud, so should your visibility. After all: you cannot stop what you cannot see.
Protection 1 is one of the nation’s largest full service security companies. We protect residences and businesses around the clock, around the country.
I like to think that we’re no different from any other IT organization in this: we have two primary imperatives to meet. The first is the business mandate: Be Available Always. Since we’re in the life-saving business, that’s especially important to us. The second is the technology mandate: Do More with Less.
According to the 2014 Gartner CEO and Senior Executive Survey, research found that when executive management ‘perceive(s) that risk is lower…they are prepared to invest in longer-term growth.” In other words, for organizations to take advantage of opportunities and drive growth, CEOs must be confident in the organization’s ability to address emerging and known risks to achieve positive outcomes. While the appetite is currently much more inclined to focus energy on taking good risks for their business, organizations still can struggle in building that required assurance to exploit opportunities.
Channel partnerships have been instrumental on RSA’s path to becoming a $1 Billion organization. Given the channel’s integral role to RSA’s go-to-market strategy, RSA is constantly inspecting its channel partner offerings, modifying what needs improvement, and introducing new programs to drive more fruitful relationships. With that, RSA is excited to formally announce the launch of the RSA SecurWorld Delivery Services Program for its channel partners. This program is designed to enable channel partners to provide the implementation and installation services and support to their customers, ultimately maximizing their value as their customers’ “go-to” trusted advisor. One of RSA’s hottest technologies, RSA Identity Management and Governance (IMG), is the first solution available in this program, with RSA Security Analytics and RSA Archer GRC to follow later this year.
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