Security

Get Off the Sidelines With a Proactive Security Solution

Get Off the Sidelines With a Proactive Security Solution

The pace of cybersecurity is moving faster than ever, and IT pros have to stay ahead of the game if they hope to stay ahead of hackers. Unfortunately, many organizations don’t understand the risk of their data—or even know that they should. This, along with the high cost of many of the software tools designed to present and remediate this risk, has left proactive approaches to data protection on the sidelines for many companies.

Fortunately, the expensive solutions to risk assessment are no longer the only players, and our eBook, Turning Data into a Game Changer, can help you understand how to bring a more proactive security approach to your company. In it, you’ll find tips for assessing data risk, remediating risk before the data is compromised, and showing the value of these preventative measures to your business.

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

Strong network security starts with a strong IT team—and the right tools. When used together, SolarWinds® Risk Intelligence and SolarWinds Threat Monitor are a particularly powerful protection duo. These were designed to help improve your network security with intrusion detection, vulnerability scanning, and data security management—all at affordable prices in easy-to-use platforms.

Intelligent Assessment

The first step in reducing data risk is to assess that risk, which can be tough for even the most experienced IT shops. Risk Intelligence can help identify the types of data you have, where it’s hiding, and who can access it. This allows you to show data risk in financial terms, make faster and more informed decisions about it, and hopefully prevent breaches (and headaches) before they occur.

Vigilant Detection

It’s no secret that antivirus is no longer enough; a layered security approach is critical to protecting your company’s network, and sophisticated threat monitoring is a vital piece of that protection. With continuously updated threat intelligence, Threat Monitor was built to help keep you ahead of the curve—and cybercriminals—by using the latest knowledge to detect intrusions and attempts to breach data.

One-Two Combo

In tandem, these two programs help strengthen your network security; while Risk Intelligence was created to help you assess and address risk within your network, Threat Monitor was created to protect it. Combined, they help you identify risk and mitigate it proactively.

Check out the eBook for more on how Risk Intelligence and Threat Monitor can help you protect your company’s network. Don’t just play the game—change it.


Tim Brown is at the front line of the most vexing challenge facing organizations today: IT security. Tim is currently the VP of security for SolarWinds with responsibility spanning internal IT security, product security, and security strategy. As a former Dell Fellow, CTO, chief product officer, chief architect, distinguished engineer, and director of security strategy, Tim deeply understands the challenges and aspirations of the person responsible for driving digital innovation and change. Tim has over 20 years of experience developing and implementing security technology, including identity and access management, vulnerability assessment, security compliance, threat research, vulnerability management, encryption, managed security services, and cloud security. Nationally, his trusted advisor status has taken him from meeting with members of Congress and the Senate to the Situation Room in the White House. He has been on the board of the Open Identity Exchange and a member of the Trans Global Secure Collaboration Program, driving advancements in identity frameworks and working with the U.S. government on security initiatives. He is a member of the advisory board for Clemson University and holds 18 issued patents on security-related topics. Tim has presented on security before a wide number of audiences at a range of events including but not limited to: RSA, Annual Symposium on Information Assurance, Cloud Security Alliance, DISA Conference, DSG Security, Dell World, Dreamforce, ISACA, Intech Forums, Lloyds of London, IoTSSA, National Association of State Technology Directors, The Open Group, and before the U.S. Congress and the White House.