RSA, a Dell Technologies business, announced the new RSA Risk & Cybersecurity Practice designed to help operationalize Business-Driven Security architecture.
The changing business and threat landscape demands on businesses to better understand the relationship between risk and security.
The RSA Risk & Cybersecurity Practice helps customers better map these requirements to business priorities with a comprehensive methodology and technology-enhanced service delivery model.
This is inclusive of access to RSA technologies and expertise in critical practice areas focusing on Risk Management, Incident Response, Cyber Defense, Identity Assurance, Threat Detection and Response, and Advanced Cyber Defense.
At RSA Conference, being held in San Francisco, showcased a series of enhancements to its SecurID Access offerings.
It has added risk analytics feature to its multi-factor authentication and access management solution, strengthening the security.
RSA further announced enhancements to its NetWitness Suite, which provides essential visibility and actionable insight to detect threats faster.
The suite is engineered to enable organizations to monitor and deploy in any modern infrastructure, allowing for flexibility, ease of deployment and the comprehensive visibility needed for rapid detection and response.
Further, the company announced the availability of the RSA Archer Ignition Program, which is designed to help customers jump start their risk management programs.
In addition, RSA also unveiled a centralized platform that is designed to enhance fraud detection and investigation across digital environments in the latest release in the Fraud & Risk Intelligence Suite.