Morphisec announced that RSA has certified the interoperability between Morphisec’s Endpoint Threat Prevention platform and RSA NetWitness Platform.
Enterprises with RSA NetWitness deployed can now integrate threat intelligence and threat prevention data collected by Morphisec into their workflows for visibility and to prioritize incident response.
“Our work with Morphisec will help joint customers enhance their defenses within RSA NetWitness to detect, prioritize and investigate threats across multiple vectors to expand protection from the operating system, to the cloud, to virtual environments,” said Matthew Chase, Sr. Manager of Technical Alliances, RSA.
Enterprises are under attack by threats that bypass their other security controls. Morphisec’s Moving Target Defense technology morphs the memory environment, stopping threats, such as APTs, zero-days, ransomware, fileless attacks, supply chain hacks and browser-based exploits.
Attempted attacks are logged and the attack fingerprint plus incident response details are visible in NetWitness. Moreover, Morphisec only logs real attacks, helping security personnel cut through the noise of false positives and irrelevant data so they can prioritize a response strategy.
“We are pleased to be working with RSA to give enterprises a complete and immediate view into attempted attacks so they can more effectively secure their systems and respond to incidents more efficiently,” said Netta Schmeidler, Morphisec VP of Product.
“With this SOC-ready interoperability, security operations teams are able to prevent targeted threats in real-time and leverage crucial context about attack technique and behavior.”