Netswitch is maximizing network security for businesses of all sizes with the release of MADROC Integrated Security Platform.
The new release is said to provide complete intrusion detection and prevention in addition to event management and immediate alerting and remediation.
Said to be used in over 2,500 client sites worldwide, MADROC is designed to control and monitor a heterogeneous mix of IT technology at every touch-point.
Customers can access MADROC by paying a monthly subscription that includes all engineering, configuration, tuning, licenses and maintenance.
Netswitch is also providing a Security Operations Control Center that offers round the clock support. This Center promises 15 minute response and immediate remediation for customers.
MADROC network will soon include Asia Pacific and Australia/New Zealand.
"Netswitch has been a trusted supplier of IT services for years. We love the way the MADROC service is designed and we know we can always count on Netswitch for the smartest and most professionally responsive support," said Pam Quilici, EVP Crouse and Associates, San Francisco.
Netswitch has also announced the appointment of Ken Chrisman as a board member. Chrisman is a lead board member at the Doctors Company, and former chief technology officer for both Wells Fargo and American Express (News - Alert).
He brings expertise to Netswitch and provides crucial insight into security issues related to medical patient records.
Chrisman is expected to help Netswitch build out MADROC for health care providers, credit card processors and banking organizations. He will also increase the pace of innovation in the company and help MADROC expand to verticals where its solutions will also be applicable.“I believe MADROC is poised to revolutionize the personal information security space with enhanced security protection through advanced behavioral analytics while leveraging the cloud to manage the massive data being generated by doctor and patient record keeping systems,” said Chrisman. “I'm thrilled to be joining the Netswitch Board."