Road show covering two cities Mumbai and Delhi highlighted the risk of cyberthreats and discussed plans to counter these
SonicWall recently concluded its road show across Mumbai and Delhi to help its channel partners and end users to understand the various facets of cyberthreats and how best to implement counter measures.
The roadshow comes at a time when SonicWall’s patent pending technology Real Time Deep Memory Inspection (RTDMI) identified over 74 thousand never-before-seen attacks just the previous year. This number has already been surpassed in the first quarter of 2019 with more than 173,000 new variants detected. There were 115 participants from 80 customer organisations and 145 participants from 92 channel partners. The roadshow covered topics such as: Introduction to SonicWall Security Platform, Capture Cloud Platform, SD WAN and Wireless Security.
Speaking on the roadshow, Debasish Mukherjee, Country Director – India & SAARC, SonicWall said, “SonicWall is an industry pioneer known for offering best-in-class security solutions. Given our expansion into newer markets, especially tier-2 cities, it becomes imperative for us to keep our customers and partners abreast on the latest aspects of countering cyberattacks. The overwhelming response to the roadshow provided us with a perspective on how we could better support our partners and customers 24×7 in addressing the challenges posed by cyberthreats.”
SonicWall took this opportunity to announce its recently introduced Next-Gen AV – Capture Client that provides a machine leaning-based endpoint security with added feature of its ability to rollback infected endpoint to a previously-known clean state. The newly introduced Wave 2 secured WiFi access points in 2×2 and 4×4 MU-MIMO can be mounted on a wall, ceiling and outdoor installations.
Some of the other key discussion points were:
- SonicWall’s multi-engine, machine learning and AI supported Capture Cloud Platform that has been recording an increase in attacks year over year. Attackers have moved from phishing attacks to spear phishing or targeted phishing attacks and hence the number of phishing attacks have come down as per the threat report.
- Fileless malware and side channel attacks cannot be identified using traditional security techniques. They are memory resident attacks and can evade most scanning technology. (RTDMI) is a powerful tool that can identify these attacks so that SonicWall customers are protected. In the wake of vulnerabilities like Spoiler, PortSmash, Foreshadow, Meltdown and Spectre that can lead to side-channel attacks, SonicWall threat researchers have deemed processor vulnerabilities a growing security concern for both software and hardware technologies, which could have unprecedented ramifications.