Happiest Minds Technologies Launches New Security Platform with Deep Analysis and Correlation Capabilities
BANGALORE, INDIA: Happiest Minds Technologies, a provider of IT security services and solutions, announces the launch of Cyber Risk Protection Platform (CRPP).
The Cyber Risk Protection Platform is a cloud-based platform which helps organizations have visibility over security assets and stay secure from cyber threats. The platform is built using multiple technologies such as security information and event management (SIEM), next generation network and end point security, identity management and data security providing deeper analytics and insights of security activity to customers. The platform is also risk aware, identity aware, data aware and environment aware enablingtotal visibility over security status and threats.
The new protection platform also integrates automation, deep analytics and correlation to help organizations address cyber security threats throughout the entire threat defense cycle that includes detection, protection and prevention in today’s complex modern work environments.
The CRPP enables tighter integration between data, processes, and products to improve visibility, enable more effective analytics, and action. It provides real time visibility, to effectively detect, investigate, and adapt to future attacks and remediate. The platform also provides comprehensive security and management that narrows the time to detection and resolution drastically and at cost-efficiency.
“There’s no doubt that our digital world is fundamentally shifting,” says Prasenjit Saha, President, Infrastructure Management and Security Services Business of Happiest Minds Technologies. “Remote users, prolific growth of data and devices, cloud infrastructure and consumerization are all driving tremendous growth and advances. Along with these ultra-rapid businesses, social and technology shifts, however, comes added risk. CRPP will help enterprises navigate this dynamic environment more safely and successfully than ever before.”