A leading IT company Citrix announced a new secure digital workspace offerings, that Aim to make governments and enterprises more secure in the wake of the recent global WannaCry ransomware attack. The new product is innovatively designed and provides a new secure digital workspace, Cloud services and a new product called Citrix Analytics.
A report says, the governments and private organizations will spend around a trillion on cyber security by the year 2021, in the wake of attacks like WannaCry.
The company also introduced a new intelligent security framework geared to secure and simplify access and control of the apps and data. The governments and private organizations will spend around $1 trillion on cyber security by 2021 and 80 per cent of people worry about data breaches.
Citrix President and CEO, Kirill Tatarinov told reporters, “With these, we are providing a wealth of protection to safeguard our customers against future cyber-attacks that are definitely going to come sooner than expected.”
The new Citrix enhances the user experience in a secure digital workspace and unifies access and management of mobile, SaaS (Software-as-a-Service), web and Windows apps and documents, and consolidates access, control and workflows in one, easy-to-use solution.
The secured workspace is contextually designed to ensure employees that have the optimal balance of security, productivity and performance based on location, device, identity and other analytics. Users can create, edit and collaborate on Microsoft Office 365 online documents directly from within the secure digital workspace.
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The users, can then move to a custom workflow and approval process with colleagues, having to re-authenticate themselves as they switch between SaaS applications, without leaving the workspace.
The new product, Citrix Analytics offers security and behaviour analytics that extends the capabilities of the proven Citrix NetScaler Management and Analytics System (MAS) with new behaviour detection, insights and proactive risk resolution capabilities.
This new workspace offers, leveraging machine learning and analyses data sets across Citrix product portfolio to enable IT organisations find and quickly troubleshoot application infrastructure performance issues.
“We also announce Citrix Security Practice — a focused group who understand the domain of security and will work with our customers to safeguard data and systems,” Tatarinov added.
PJ Hough, Senior Vice President, Product, Citrix noted that, “To be efficient and successful, organisations need to provide their people with a simple, unified and consistent user experience on any device with intelligent security that’s designed to deliver the workspace of the future.”
Citrix provides server, application and desktop virtualisation, networking, software as a service and cloud computing technologies. Citrix solutions, are in use by more than 400,000 organizations and 100 million users globally including in India, and have collected $3.42 billion as annual revenue, in 2016.