Expose Advanced Persistent Threats with Unmatched Sandboxing and Data Theft Detection

Websense® TRITON® security now offers even more advanced threat protection, detection and prevention.

TRITON solutions have already been protecting organizations by using leading real-time defenses informed by the world's largest threat intelligence network. The latest extensions to the TRITON architecture provide a new level of protection against cyber attacks, including targeted, zero-day and advanced persistent Threats (APTs).

Advanced Sandboxing and Forensic Reporting

TRITON ThreatScope™ integrates with Websense web and email security solutions to deliver unrivalled intelligence and behavioral analysis of targeted threats and APTs. Detailed sandbox forensics and phishing reports provide insights to help organizations assume a more proactive security posture against future attacks.

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New Deployment Options for Cloud Web Security

The new i500-Series™ appliances for Websense Cloud Web Security Gateway solutions intelligently redirect traffic to the Websense cloud when additional scanning is required for policy or security reasons. Appliances can be deployed in select locations throughout a network to enhance traffic flow, user experience and policy enforcement.

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Real-Time Visibility and Actionable Reporting

TRITON RiskVision™ combines four powerful defenses — real-time threat defenses, global security intelligence, file sandboxing and data loss/data theft detection — to deliver immediate visibility into advanced threats, data exfiltration and infected systems. Detailed reporting includes over 60 standard and customizable templates, and an exclusive Risk Assessment Report to help you improve your security posture.

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Email Security Options for VMware Environments

Websense Email Security Gateway solutions can now be deployed as a virtual appliance. It's an ideal option for customers looking to support existing VMware infrastructures or wanting to reduce their appliance footprint and associated costs.

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