US-based cybersecurity solutions provider Forcepoint said that it was launching a new division that would develop expertise on behavioural-intelligence innovations.
Called X-Labs, the new division will use data insights from the entire Forcepoint product portfolio to drive innovation in modern, risk-adaptive security solutions, the company said in a statement.
“This will deliver enterprises and government agencies more flexible and effective cybersecurity solutions appropriate for today’s intricate, cloud-first threat landscape,” Nicolas Fischbach, chief technology officer, Forcepoint, said.
Explaining further, he said that the laboratory made sense since old and legacy cybersecurity solutions are currently failing as they are not coded for newer attacks.
The company also said that X-Labs will leverage a new technology called Adaptive Trust Profile (ATP) that runs on artificial intelligence and allows security professionals to focus on those entities which pose the highest level of risk to businesses or employees.