Modern security operations centers (SOC) need ubiquitous embedded intelligence combined with pervasive analytics to drive the development of systems that are alert to their surroundings and able to respond to security threats appropriately. Nexthink maps all application and binary executions including the destination. By understanding the context of an end-user request, the SOC team can adjust their security response (automatically or manually) to become smarter and faster. With Nexthink’s patented self-learning and detection of abnormal behavior you can raise the level of security risk detection and compliance on the area you need most, the end-user devices.
Nexthink’s End-user IT Analytics comes with a set of predefined investigations and dashboards. It operationalizes desktop security and compliance to proactively reduce IT risks at and from the workplace with continuous alerting and auditing based on industry standards and best practices. Nexthink continuously monitors your end-user devices to ensure compliance enforcement of company security policy and standards (ISO 27001, PCI, etc.). Nexthink’s security solution offers faster time to security (i.e., patching) with reduced operational costs (manage, find and repair), a common workplace compliance reporting engine, and auditing for IT operations and the security team.
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Our mission is to help IT departments transform the way they service and support business end-users. Our tag line, change your perspective, reflects this mission. When you add end-user perspective, you will see your IT infrastructure as never before and transform your IT services, operations and support.
Our company name reflects the ideas and passion of our founders to use forward thinking (i.e., to Nexthink) to solve real problems in a way no one else has.
From Artificial Intelligence to Nexthink
The inspiration for Nexthink came from an advanced research project in artificial intelligence at the prestigious EPFL (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) in Switzerland. One of the outside reviewers, an IT director at a famous watch company, said the research was so innovative that if it could be turned into a product they would buy it. Soon after Nexthink was formed, and two years later that famous watch company became Nexthink’s first customer.
In the process two patents were filed, one for real-time visualization and the other for using artificial intelligence and self-learning to determine abnormal behaviors.
Since that time, Nexthink has experienced explosive growth doubling each successive year as IT departments in Global 5000 companies change their perspective.