From platform architecture to security services, GravityZone emerges as a reinvented next-gen enterprise security solution built for the new IT landscape. The solution combines highly optimized virtualization-aware security with leading detection technologies and a fresh, but proven, architecture.
Complex enterprise environments require tailored, integrated security solutions that support heterogeneous environments with a broad range of systems and usage scenarios. GravityZone has been designed to deliver optimized security for the new threats and risks of data exposures introduced by:
- Exponential evolution of malware and professionalization, combined with;
- Increased Internet penetration;
- Exponential increase of data;
- IT consumerization and convergence of devices and services;
- Cloud computing and virtualization technologies.
All this has changed the IT landscape, the way information is delivered and consumed, and how applications and services are provisioned.
GravityZone itself is implemented as a private cloud solution that runs on virtualized layers and it's packed to enable organizations to secure their IT assets, while helping to reduce administration burden, lower TCO and improve the return on investment. The solution removes the scalability limitation of legacy solutions based on client-server architecture and relational databases.
The improvement continues with security services, too. GravityZone extends and integrates security services to virtualized environments and mobile devices. So, as users expect a uniform experience when consuming information on a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone, the information security will be preserved, too, whether it is accessed locally or remotely, from a workstation or a mobile device, or whether the company uses traditional or virtualized infrastructures.
GravityZone Enteprise Security comes with HyperDetect, a next-gen layer in pre-execution that uses specialized local machine models, behavior analysis techniques trained to spot hacking tools, exploits and malware obfuscation techniques.