Cambridge, ON – eSentire Inc., a leader in continuous advanced threat protection solutions and managed cybersecurity services, today announces its Targeted Retrospection Analysis Platform (TRAP) and becomes the first cybersecurity firm to deliver archival network forensic capabilities as a service. TRAP is the next step in eSentire’s revolution of security-as-a-service (SaaS) model, allowing mid-sized enterprise to access world-class cybersecurity protection.
Described as the technological equivalent of time travel, TRAP enables security analysts to go back in time to assess whether or not a newly discovered breach had any damaging impact on a company’s network. Developed by eSentire cybersecurity experts TRAP was created to apply today’s knowledge to yesterday’s breach. “With the introduction of TRAP, eSentire operationalizes threat intelligence for the mid-market, a massive segment of the market that doesn’t have the internal capability to identify and resolve past threats that remain harmful today,” said Mark McArdle, eSentire Chief Technology Officer. “Before today, only the very top of the Fortune 500 had access to this level of threat management, and it costs them millions in technology and people resources.”
eSentire established a beta program for TRAP in the summer of 2015 and received an overwhelming response from its existing customers. The high value assets many mid-sized enterprises possess particularly in the legal and financial sectors require the highest level of security and confidence. TRAP will be available to clients in all markets in by the end of fall 2015.
eSentire capitalized on its security expertise by offering 24x7 cyber threat monitoring and mitigation for its clients as a service. This in demand service quickly established the company as a leader in the industry, doubling its growth year-over-year since 2012. The Canadian company has sales offices across the US and a sales office in London, UK to provide mid-sized enterprises with its award winning real-time monitoring and mitigation of cyber threats service, called Active Threat Protection (ATP). Later this week, eSentire will officially open its new European headquarters and second Security Operations Center (SOC) in Cork, Ireland to meet the unique needs of clients operating in the EU.