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Terremark Leverages NextGen Security Solution

NextGen provides customers critical, proactive intelligence and analytics regarding advanced network threats

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Terremark Worldwide, Inc. announced the addition of NetWitness NextGen to the range of managed security services offered to the company’s Enterprise Cloud customers. NetWitness NextGen provides Terremark’s customers critical, proactive intelligence and analytics regarding the most advanced network threats, and enables Terremark’s security teams to shorten the risk exposure windows for customers dealing with sophisticated malware, data leakage, and other unauthorized internal and external communications.

“NetWitness is honored to be working closely with Terremark to provide advanced protection for its customers in the public and private sectors,” said Amit Yoran, CEO of NetWitness Corporation. “As government and commercial organizations move to cloud computing and managed security operations centers, the combination of Terremark’s enhanced security solutions with the unique analytics and threat intelligence provided by NetWitness NextGen provides a force multiplier to reduce the risk associated with network threats.”

NetWitness NextGen provides Terremark customers with leading-edge network security monitoring visibility and the ability to manage the advanced persistent threats faced by many organizations today. Based upon a dedicated and extensible full-packet capture and session-analysis infrastructure, NextGen performs both rules-based and interactive session analysis across the entire protocol stack, up to and including content and the application layer. It is designed for enterprises to address concurrent problems of insider threat management, data leakage protection, compliance verification, network e-discovery, and designer malware and zero-day detection.

Terremark offers a full suite of advanced managed security services delivered by its industry-leading Secure Information Services team. These services include application firewall management, network intrusion prevention (NIPS), netflow analysis and active DDOS reporting, and full packet capture and session analysis. All security services are delivered with an integrated, systematic approach to defend and protect the customer’s business processes and information assets.

“Within enterprises and Federal government agencies, security in the ‘cloud’ is a primary concern and protecting customers against network threats is vital to the overall security of any cloud infrastructure,” said Christopher Day, Terremark’s Chief Security Architect. “Terremark’s recognized team of security experts combine their vast experience and knowledge in dealing with today’s most sophisticated cyberthreats with leading technologies like NextGen to allow customers across our stack of services a way to proactively identify, detect, and mitigate security problems.”

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