Corvil, a specialist in real-time data analytics and regulatory solutions for the financial services industry, has launched a strategic partnership with Carbon Black, a provider of Next-Generation Endpoint Security (NGES), according to a Corvil statement.
The latest partnership will see Corvil and Carbon Black team up to offer clients a unified suite of services offering cyber-threat detection, analysis, and improved response times to combat cyber attacks and other security breaches. The solution caters to a variety of clients, who are opting for more streamlined security and a better check against malware and ransomware.
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In addition, the newly combined solution between Corvil and Carbon Black will aim to provide new layers of visibility and context to security protocols, whilst enabling security teams to seamlessly track and correlate activity across their respective networks and endpoints. The partnership will also see Corvil integrating Carbon Black’s Response tool, which helps equip businesses to detect malicious activity in real time, as well as track and disable attacks with greater accuracy.
Cyber Defense in Focus
The launch of the joint solution is important for customers who are aiming to mitigate existing cyber threats against their businesses, while simultaneously doubling down on intelligence sources to track both Indicators of Compromise (IoCs), and Patterns of Attack (PoAs) seen across the network and endpoints.
According to Tom Barsi, Senior Vice President (SVP) of Business Development for Carbon Black: “This integration enables customers to extend the visibility and protections of Corvil’s network-based Security Analytics to the endpoint with Carbon Black. By integrating our similar capabilities across network and endpoint, security teams have a more powerful and flexible solution at their disposal to detect and combat a broad array of internal and external cyber threats.”
“As the leader in next-generation endpoint security, Carbon Black provides thousands of organizations with a strong, comprehensive defense against cyber attacks. By combining that strength with the highly granular visibility and adaptive context enrichment from Corvil’s Security Analytics, we are, together, able to provide a reinforced picture of malicious activity and more effective, and efficient cyber threat protection for organizations,” noted David Murray, Chief Business Development Officer at Corvil, in an accompanying statement.