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Cybereason gains Lockheed Martin's Threat Intelligence to thwart cyberattacks

Discussion in 'Network World' started by RSS, May 1, 2016.

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    Given the recent sharp increase in cyberattacks of all kinds, IT operations driving enterprise scale networks need something that will effectively reduce their intelligence gathering problems and help to automate their response to be as fast as possible. What’s needed is the ability to identify and deal with attacks as they happen but there are some really significant challenges in doing this including the sheer scale of network event data, the problem of filtering out the event "noise" and false positives, and the ability to detect zero day threats.

    With what must be one of the headiest combinations of hot technologies I’ve seen for a while, the security company Cybereason uses behavioral analytics, big data, and machine learning along with major league threat intelligence resources to thwart cyberattacks in, they claim, real time.

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