Eastwind Networks Unveils SaaS Platform for Expanded Cyber Terrain Monitoring

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Eastwind Networks, the cybersecurity solutions and breach analytics cloud platform, announced today the release and immediate availability of Eastwind for SaaS.

This addition to Eastwind's product line provides complete visibility for companies using online services, such as, G Suite, Office 365, Dropbox, Box and Salesforce.

"The ability to respond to a breach reaches well beyond corporate networks and databases with the sprawl of modern technology integrations," said Paul Kraus, CEO, Eastwind Networks. "Eastwind's SaaS offering enables enterprises to unify visibility by gathering and analyzing cloud telemetry from multiple SaaS providers so businesses can embrace new technologies while ensuring complete security of their cyber terrain."

As companies continue to integrate cloud services into their workflows, Eastwind for SaaS provides a full spectrum security platform. The solution integrates collection, analysis and enrichment of telemetry data from hosted applications into the workflow and hunt patterns of cyber threat incident responders. Benefits include:
  • Awareness: A clearer picture of what's happening in SaaS applications, from office suites to file storing and sharing apps.

  • Insight: Increases understanding of activity outside the corporate network to evaluate which threats and threat actors are active.

  • Integrated Response and Incident Data: Gives incident responders the integrated data they need to more effectively identify and remediate threats and breaches.

Moving critical intellectual property to the cloud includes risk, and the responsibility for that risk is shared by all parties. Incident response plans are only as good as their telemetry data. Eastwind for SaaS is an easy to use, lightweight and effective solution for seamless integration of SaaS applications. By making it available on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace, Eastwind has removed the friction of trial, configuration and deployment, so customers are up and running in minutes.

"Digitally transforming enterprises must have a solid grip on who is accessing their SaaS applications-and should they be allowed," said Robert Huber, CSO, Eastwind Networks. "Masquerading as a legitimate user will become easier as more companies migrate to cloud services. In many cases, compromising a user in one SaaS application, such as Office 365, means that user accounts could easily be compromised in others. Understanding user behavior is critical to safeguarding assets and Eastwind for SaaS is designed to tackle that task."