RSA has added new capabilities to its anti-fraud product RSA Adaptive Authentication for eCommerce 20.5 so customers can more effectively detect fraudulent card transactions while also challenging fewer legitimate transactions.
It has also announced the latest iteration of its NetWitness SIEM platform, with improvements to threat detection and response and has launched a Software-as-a-Service version of its risk management and compliance platform, Archer.
RSA Adaptive Authentication now incorporates key features from the 3D-Secure v2.2 protocol, an industry-wide standard that all banks are expected to support, in order to reduce payment fraud and provide added security to online payments.
RSA NetWitness Platform 11.4 is a SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) platform that helps enterprises detect threats on their network. Version 11.4 has an enhanced user and entity behaviour analytics (UEBA) engine that can now ingest and analyse network meta data to identify unknown threats.
RSA Archer SaaS, RSA’s suite of integrated risk management tools, is now available as a SaaS offering, meaning enterprises can roll-out Archer much faster and with a lower TCO and operational burden compared to hosting it on-premises.
With this new delivery model, customers will also be able to access new features and functionality quicker, and benefit from the flexibility and scalability benefits of the cloud.