RSA® Web Threat Detection Adds Enhanced Visibility & Analytics; Takes on
SINGAPORE, July 21, 2014
SINGAPORE, July 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- RSA Conference Asia Pacific & Japan
oLeveraging Big Data analytics, RSA® Web Threat Detection is designed to
enable both security and fraud teams to visualize and analyze millions of
user web sessions to help identify cybercrime threats, business logic
abuse, and fraudulent activities – all in real time.
oWith mobile transactions growing more than 50% in the last year,
visibility into native mobile application traffic provides an added layer
of security to help thwart this fast-growing frontier of attacks.
oNew analyst dashboard is engineered to enable organizations to isolate
cyber criminal activity from legitimate online customers quickly.
oThe latest release of RSA Web Threat Detection continues RSA's mission to
deliver Intelligence Driven Security solutions to help organizations
combat today's threats.
RSA, The Security Division of EMC (NYSE: EMC), today announced the latest
version of RSA Web Threat Detection designed to provide enterprises with
end-to-end visibility into web sessions to help mitigate risks associated with
consumer-facing websites including cybercrime activity and business logic
abuse. RSA Web Threat Detection goes beyond the capabilities of traditional
tools to help organizations identify a virtually limitless range of online
threats in real time – from precursors of fraud to actual fraudulent
activities. The latest version is built to offer enhanced real-time
visibility into web session activities, new mobile traffic monitoring
capabilities and additional detection measures across the entire online user
lifecycle to help enterprises gain greater insight into the online threat
environment to more accurately detect active threats. Adding web session
intelligence to an organization's overall security operations provides a
unified strategy for defense in a hyper-connected world.
Enhanced Visibility & Big Data Threat Correlation
RSA Web Threat Detection is engineered to add enhanced data visibility and
analytics that helps enable both security and fraud teams to visualize and
analyze millions of user web sessions to help identify cybercrime threats,
business logic abuse, and fraudulent activities – all in real time. Streaming
web session transactions and analytics help enable powerful integration into
other Big Data initiatives for improved cross-channel analysis and deeper
understanding of online threats targeting end users, the organization's brand
or the enterprise itself. By correlating web intelligence into other
security analytic platforms, organizations can identify, prioritize and
mitigate threats with greater ease and clarity.
RSA Web Threat Detection adds real-time threat groups that leverage Big Data
to link potentially threatening users and IP addresses based on similar
abnormal behavior to enhance threat detection of transactions and/or users
associated with known malicious online activity. Organizations can quickly
perform searches to identify web sessions that are a part of a threat group
that may require deeper investigation. Once an attack is identified, RSA Web
Threat Detection is engineered to group and detect any similar attack types
automatically. Moreover, enhanced insight into a profile's history, including
current and former user or IP address behavior, allows organizations to spot
anomalous activity on an individual basis quickly – allowing administrators to
take appropriate action.
The Rise of Mobile Fraud
As the mobile channel continues to grow in popularity, it also becomes an
attractive vehicle for fraudsters to exploit. According to statistics
collected by RSA's Office of the CTO, in 2013 27% of all transactions
originated from mobile devices – an increase of nearly 54% year-over-year.
More alarming, nearly 32% of all fraudulent transactions recorded by RSA
originated from mobile devices in the first half of 2014. As a result, RSA
Web Threat Detection is engineered to add in new capabilities to provide
visibility into mobile application traffic allowing organizations to create
specific rules to help identify and mitigate mobile threats. By correlating
user activity across mobile and traditional web channels in real-time,
organizations can increase threat detection accuracy and keep pace with the
growing demand, usage and enhanced risks this ever-growing channel presents.
Finding the Needle in the Haystack
A refined user interface improves the time to value and reduces overall
incident investigation time. The new Analyst Summary Dashboard is designed to
streamline investigations. Acting as a one-stop shop, the dashboard helps
analysts to decide if deeper investigation may be needed.
With so much daily activity happening on websites and portals, it can be
nearly impossible to separate criminal activity from that of legitimate
customers. However, criminals do act differently and leave tell-tale signs
behind in the web session. By bringing real-time Risk Indicators, Threat
Scores and historical session data front and center in one view for analysts,
the RSA Web Threat Detection dashboard is built to enable the rapid detection
of threats in real time. Visualized web intelligence shines a spotlight on the
"needle in the haystack," even if an analyst isn't sure what "the needle"
RSA Web Threat Detection is designed to provide total visibility into a web or
mobile session, translating click stream data into actionable intelligence
that helps enable organizations to distinguish between legitimate and criminal
behavior in real time, and help stop threats quickly before they escalate.
Protecting over $200billion in transactions annually, the real-time threat
detection and forensic fraud analysis capabilities of the RSA Web Threat
Detection solution is the cornerstone of cross-channel fraud-monitoring and
security programs at many large global organizations. Adding web session
intelligence and threat detection into an organization's security operations
center helps allow for faster identification and correlation of threats across
the entire enterprise.
Michael Versace, Global Research Director, IDC Financial Insights
"Many consumer-facing websites and mobile apps are targeted by cybercriminals
as a first step to launch a broader attack on financial institutions and other
high-value targets. To help mitigate these risks, organizations need to lock
down these channels to shore up their overall cyber defenses. Having in-depth
visibility into what's occurring on their entire digital user lifecycle,
including pre- and post-login activity, will help organizations protect both
their customers and their brand from the impacts of cyber fraud."
Grant Geyer, Vice President, RSA Security Analytics
"With the proliferation of threats focused on the web portal and mobile
channels, organizations need end-to-end visibility into what is occurring to
protect their customers and brand. RSA Web Threat Detection is engineered to
provide this visibility by analyzing click stream data during web and mobile
web sessions, translating it into actionable intelligence to help
organizations distinguish between legitimate and disruptive use. By providing
a complete look into online behavior before, during and after authentication,
organizations can detect anomalies in order to effectively mitigate fraud,
business logic abuse and other malicious activity in real-time while also
strengthening their overall security operations."
The latest version of RSA Web Threat Detection will be generally available in
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