Innovating the Business of Security with Security Analytics
With properly deploying and monitoring suitable security analytics tools, organizations can be confident in achieving the best possible levels of protection against malicious cyber attacks.
FREMONT, CA: Provider of industry-leading advanced threat intelligence software and services, ThreatConnect unveils its latest version of CAL (Collective Analytics Layer), it's cloud-based analytics engine which offers immediate insight into the relevance and pervasiveness of threats and indicators of compromise. The new version solves the dynamic problems of the sign of compromise reputation, classification, threat tactic and technique correlation, and recommendations for defensive action against them.
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Analytics tools are being put to use by businesses across industries, and many are discovering their value in the area of IT security. It can check large volumes of data in a short period and spot occurrences and trends that would go unnoticed by humans. Making use of security analytics is valuable for businesses of any size with IT infrastructures. ThreatConnect is making this security analytics a priority is availing tools and services purpose-built to provide real-time insights to security leaders to make business decisions. Its CAL leverages the collective insight about the thousands of analysts who use the ThreatConnect Platform worldwide, to provide an enhanced framework regarding indicators and threats.
ThreatConnect help businesses stay proactive with the ability to quickly prioritize threats and understand how they impact on them. Developed by analysts, but built for the entire team, the company's platforms have use cases for threat intelligence, security operations, incident response, and security management. Its intelligence-driven security operations platform is the only solution available today with intelligence, automation, analytics, and workflows in a single platform. The ThreatConnect Community of users spans industries.
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