Cyberoam, a provider of network security appliances, has launched User Threat Quotient (UTQ) to assist IT security managers to identify users posing security risks.
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UTQ is available on Cyberoam’s Next-Generation Firewall and UTM appliances. The company said UTQ utilizes information derived out of user’s web traffic to determine risky users that pose security risks.
“Enterprise networks generate lots of data with ample clues into user-triggered events, but the information remains incomprehensible and correlating data from various logs and reports takes time and special skills, and is subject to the risk of human oversight,” said Abhilash Sonwane, SVP, Products and Technology, Cyberoam.
Many organizations and security managers are leveraging big data analytics tools to capture early signs of specific user actions or network event patterns that may hint at a possible ongoing attack or anomaly.
User Threat Quotient (UTQ) from Cyberoam effortlessly profiles suspicious web behavior of network users, helping security teams with actionable inputs and relieving them from going through massive logs.