PORTLAND, OR (November 14, 2016)—Swan Island Networks, a leading provider of cloud-based situational intelligence software and services, today announced the availability of the newly upgraded TX360™ platform. The product innovations in this TX360 upgrade enhance the ability of enterprise security and business continuity professionals to deliver their threat intelligence services quickly and flexibly.
“TX360 is the core situational awareness technology of the New York area Metropolitan Resilience Network and newly announced Global Resilience Network monitoring 107 global cities,” per Bill Raisch, Executive Director of NYU’s International Center for Emergency Preparedness (INTERCEP). “Through our active collaboration with the TX360 team, we have built a robust and agile platform used by participants from hundreds of companies and other organizations.”
TX360 is an all-hazards threat monitoring and situational awareness service that enables highly secure and targeted delivery of critical information to security professionals and corporate leaders. A full suite of cloud-based intelligence management tools helps security and risk management teams identify and respond to emerging risks and threats, to protect their enterprises, assets, and people.
The newly released Smart Alerting Queue allows for analysts to further improve the “signal to noise” ratio of collected intelligence. Automated filters and parameters can extract from the entire web of information, and an analyst can refine, select, and direct key content to specific recipients inside the organization.
TX360 enables physical security teams to manage their Virtual Security Operations Centers (SOCs), offering highly secure, 24/7 monitoring of threats and intelligence via the cloud. Customizable TX360 Dashboards provide visual monitoring of real-time alerts and sharing of information throughout an organization, whether at a highly detailed level within security teams, or as snapshots for sharing with executives, global teams, and partners. Severe weather, 911 alerts, natural disasters, travel warnings, supply chain disruptions, electricity outages, cyber attacks, social media chatter, and more are all accessible via the high assurance TX360 service.
Intelligence Channels and Dashboards provide the powerful tools that analysts and other security personnel need to extract and deliver targeted intelligence to the right people at the right time. The TX360 Channel gallery is comprised of existing public and private information sources, external news feeds, internal alerts and notifications, GPS feeds, social network monitoring, and more. In addition, security and risk organizations can build and curate their own internal galleries of custom Channels, relevant intelligence sources ideal for use and reuse in various Dashboards and Smart Alerts.
“TX360 was designed to help enterprise leaders and security professionals keep up with today’s ever-changing threat environment—and we continue to innovate based on our customers’ needs and feedback;” said Pete O’Dell, CEO/Founder of Swan Island Networks. “Rapid innovation of our cloud-based platform with new capabilities helps customers cope with emerging threats and new intelligence sources.”
The TX360 platform is highly scalable and robust, optimized to leverage the Microsoft Azure cloud, supporting large enterprises and global operations with 99.9998% uptime.
While similar enterprise systems are cumbersome, expensive to deploy, and require lengthy onboarding, configuration, and training — TX360 is available on a subscription basis at a fraction of the cost. Customers can be up and running quickly at rates that scale to a company’s needs, size, and budget.
TX360 is available as an enterprise subscription service, and can be delivered as an OEM/white label offering or for integration into partner or customer solutions. It is currently used around the world and is ready to support a variety of security, risk, and resilience initiatives across multiple industries, giving security personnel, analysts, and risk managers quick access to the information sources and alerting services they need to share intelligence and react quickly to threats.