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Ubisoft picks Anomali to secure global IT Infrastructure

Wednesday 15 January 2020 | 17:52 CET | News

Anomali announced that Ubisoft chose the Anomali Altitude integrated products suite to help secure its global IT infrastructure. By building a security infrastructure that integrates cyber threat intelligence (CTI) from a range of sources, Ubisoft is taking proactive steps to defend its end-users against the world’s most advanced and active threats. By providing visibility into threat actors’ activities, along with fast integration into Ubisoft security controls, Anomali helps to automate the detection, investigation and response processes.

As an Anomali customer, Ubisoft will use Anomali ThreatStream. This threat intelligence platform (TIP) integrates and manages threat data from the broadest range of open source and proprietary feeds to create actionable threat intelligence that is relevant to customers’ unique environments. Because Anomali ThreatStream integrates into existing security infrastructures, customers can automate intelligence-driven blocking, detection and remediation across security controls.



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Categories: IT
Companies: Anomali / Ubisoft
Countries: France / World
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