Symantec is introducing a security service designed to protect companies from web-based attacks.
The company said that the new Web Security Monitoring service provides round-the-clock protection from browser and web application vulnerabilities.
The subscription service, which is designed to complement existing enterprise security appliances and services, alerts administrators of potential attacks and vulnerabilities.
The company said that the service is specifically designed to root out and detect malware infections that may be transmitting data through IRC or other channels designed to operate without catching the eye of administrators.
"As cyber criminals shift from targeting networks with high-volume spam and malware attacks to focusing more on stealth technologies, the web is the new front line for the compromise of assets with the express goal of stealing confidential information," said Grant Geyer, global managed security services vice president at Symantec.
"The new Symantec Web Security Monitoring service gives customers the assurance that their endpoints and servers are protected from evolving web-based threats."
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