Anomali, the international leader in intelligence-driven cybersecurity solutions, has extended its technical roadmap for Singapore’s banking and finance organisations.
The newly announced Anomali Match solution supports customer demand by providing extended detection and response capabilities that help customers stop breaches and attacks, while elevating cyber resiliency.
“The technology is highly relevant for Singapore, as the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) recently updated the legally binding guidelines for Technology Risk Management (TRM),” said Anomali’s Senior Vice President and General Manager for Asia Pacific and Japan, Stree Naidu.
Two Singapore banks are already using Anomali’s technology, as are a number of international banks operating in Singapore.
“Anomali’s quarterly portfolio update includes new capabilities that expand visibility for security operations analysts over a wider range of relevant threat intelligence and critical asset data. It also enables more precise threat detection, and empowers users to optimise and speed incident response,” said Naidu.
Anomali Match addresses the following TRM issues: Cyber threat intelligence and information sharing; cyber event monitoring and detection; cyber incident response and management; vulnerability assessment; and intelligence-based scenario design.
The new tech helps Singapore’s banking and finance organisations to accelerate their digital transformation projects at a pace that cybersecurity programs are not fully prepared to contend with.
This new reality is opening gaps that bad actors are taking advantage of with extreme aggression. To help customers stop breaches and attacks, we continually innovate our product suite to empower them to detect, investigate, and respond to adversaries wherever they strike, and to lay a solid foundation that will keep them protected into the future.
New product features available to Anomali customers include:
For more information on the new product features available to customers, visit: https://www.anomali.com/blog/anomali-may-quarterly-product-release-democratizing-intelligence