Scottsdale, AZ – May 8, 2007 – Intellinx Ltd., a pioneer of end-user behavior tracking solutions for insider threat protection, today announces its release of Intellinx Version 3 at the ABA Information Security Forum held in Scottsdale, Arizona. The new version of the Intellinx insider threat software now offers investigative case management capabilities in addition to tracking user behavior in internal business applications across multiple platforms, including Mainframe, iSeries, Web, and others.
Intellinx Version 3 is an end-to-end enterprise level solution for detecting internal fraud and information leakage. It captures and analyzes user activity traffic from the network across multiple platforms, reconstructs user screens and keystrokes, identifies business transactions performed, tracks user behavior patterns and generates alerts on exceptions in real-time. The new case management function allows fraud investigation teams to effectively manage the organizational process of internal investigations from alerts prioritization and review to workload balancing. Accessing the Intellinx repository of recorded data and behavior indicators, investigators can analyze the activity of suspicious users and compare and correlate it to the behavior of their peers. The system maintains the history of each case including activities, notes, attachment files, relevant alerts, related cases, etc.
Intellinx also detects and alerts supervisors to situations requiring intervention, such as cases not handled within an appropriate timeframe, or tasks that require reassignment when investigators are out of office ill or on vacation. The knowledge-base of investigated cases maintained by the system can be used for refining business rules to reduce false-positive rates. Organizations maintain the flexibility to utilize all or some of the Intellinx capabilities, as the system enables integration with third-party or in-house case management systems.
"We are proud to present the breakthrough in insider threat protection, and to respond to the evolving needs of our customers," says Orna Mintz-Dov, Intellinx Ltd. founder and CEO. "The release of Intellinx Version 3 responds to those needs by providing the first comprehensive, end-to-end solution to insider threat currently available in the marketplace."
Financial, healthcare, and government enterprises worldwide utilize Intellinx to hold end-users accountable for their actions. The system obtains detailed forensic audit trails of the activities of all end-user types, including business users, privileged IT users and employees, as well as partners and customers. All access to corporate data is recorded and is available for playback, including update and read-only transactions. The Intellinx audit trail enables compliance with government regulations, such as Sarbanes-Oxley, Basel 2, GLBA and HIPAA.
Based on patent-pending sniffing technology, the Intellinx agent-less architecture generates no overhead and poses no risk to normal IT operation. The implementation process is very short (typically just a few hours) as the system runs on a separate server with no need to install anything on host or clients and with no need to change any application code.
About Intellinx Ltd.
Intellinx Ltd. is a pioneer in end-user behavior tracking solutions for safeguarding against insider threat. The Intellinx agent-less solution provides comprehensive user behavior monitoring across multiple platforms with no performance impact. By providing the tools to detect and prevent fraud attempts and information leakage, Intellinx enables organizations to hold end-users accountable for their actions, while complying with government regulations including GLBA, HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley and Basel 2.
Intellinx Ltd. products are sold and supported directly by the company, its US-based subsidiary Intellinx Software, Inc., as well as through its worldwide network of distributors and partners in North America, Latin America, Europe, South Africa, and Asia-Pacific. The Intellinx customer base includes large financial, healthcare and government organizations around the world.
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