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ICTSI Deploys BlackBerry Cylance Technology across Global Network

Logistic News - Published on Tue, 03 Dec 2019

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BlackBerry Limited recently announced that International Container Terminal Services Inc has deployed BlackBerry Cylance technology across all business units in Asia, Europe, Africa and The Americas to protect thousands of end-points across its global network. ICTSI is leveraging CylancePROTECT to take a preventative approach against existing and future cyber threats while unifying its end-point protection strategy with one vendor across its entire network.

The CylancePROTECT solution is deployed by ICTSI across a diverse range of end-points, from desktops to servers, using AI and Machine Learning algorithms to detect, prevent and contain existing and new malware even when systems are offline. The company chose CylancePROTECT because it was easy to deploy, consumed minimal resources on systems and consistently detected malware and threats that other anti-virus (AV) solutions missed. ICTSI is now extending its threat prevention capability by rolling out CylanceOPTICS, pushing all detection and response decisions down to the endpoint, eliminating response latency.
Headquartered in Manilla, Philippines, ICTSI has 32 ports in 18 countries and is responsible for ensuring that gateway ports provide the best service so cargo can move unimpeded. Any delay in ICTSI’s operations, physical or cyber, directly impacts local economies. ICTSI required a solution that was efficient, reliable and easy-to-manage on a large scale, while addressing a variety of complex systems and end-points.

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Posted By : Yogender Pancholi on Tue, 03 Dec 2019
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