Intellinx Ltd. is the innovative leader in end-user behavior tracking solutions for safeguarding against insider fraud and other types of fraud. Intellinx enables large organizations to address the challenge of various types of fraud committed by internal and external end-users who are authorized to access the corporate applications. By sniffing network traffic Intellinx records all the activities of every end user in every business application in heterogeneous environments across the enterprise including mainframe, iSeries, client-server, web and more. It allows the auditor to replay screen by screen, keystroke by keystroke as if he or she was looking over each end user shoulder. Intellinx utilizes a very powerful rule engine that tracks user behavior patterns in real time, triggering instant alerts on irregularities, allowing the security officer to immediately zoom-in on the specific suspect and replay all his or her actions related to the suspicious event. It generates a very detail forensic audit trail of user access to the corporate applications and data enabling the organization to comply with government regulations including PCI, GLBA, HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley and Basel II.
Intellinx Ltd. emerged in January 2005 from Sabratec Ltd., a leading provider of legacy integration solutions. Sabratec products are deployed at more than 300 customers worldwide including large corporations such as GE Capital, Sabre, First National Bank, Ricoh, Swiss Re, Brazil Telecom, Telemar, RTVE, and many others. Following the acquisition of Sabratec Ltd. and its legacy integration division by Software AG in January 2005, the Intellinx division was transferred to Intellinx Ltd., that emerged as an independent company. Intellinx Ltd. focuses on the development, support and marketing of Intellinx. Intellinx Ltd. products are sold and supported directly by the company, by its US-based subsidiary Intellinx Software, Inc., as well as through its worldwide network of distributors and partners in North America, Latin America, Europe, South Africa, and Asia-Pacific.