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2013-06-07 23:04:17

Detects, prevents and responds to sophisticated and targeted attacks on endpoints via secure cloud-based service National Harbor, MD (PRWEB) June 07, 2013 Verdasys is showcasing at the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit this week a new Managed Service for Cyber Defense (MSCD), the first endpoint focused managed service for real-time visibility into cyber attacks on laptops, desktops and servers with advanced incident correlation, prevention and containment controls designed to...

2013-06-07 23:04:13

Fully managed outsourced service prevents sophisticated malware and persistent cyber attacks from stealing sensitive data. Waltham, Mass. (PRWEB) June 07, 2013 Verdasys will present its new cloud-based Managed Service for Cyber Defense (MSCD) at Forrester's Forum for Security & Risk Professionals, to be held in London June 10-11. MSCD is a fully managed, outsourced service for companies and government agencies that need to prevent increasingly sophisticated malware and persistent cyber...

2013-05-21 23:18:11

Detects and Prevents Cyber Attacks on Endpoint Devices On or Off the Enterprise Network Waltham, Mass. (PRWEB) May 21, 2013 Verdasys today announced availability of its cloud-based Managed Service for Cyber Defense (MSCD), a fully managed, outsourced service for companies and government agencies that need to prevent increasingly sophisticated malware and persistent cyber attacks from stealing sensitive data. MCSD leverages Verdasys' Digital Guardian data protection platform by making it...


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