The side-by-side integration of record-based analysis with a robust, cost-effective, and scalable analytics platform is a game changer for my analysts.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) May 28, 2014
Ikanow is pleased to announce that their latest platform release includes integrations with elasticsearch’s Kibana and Logstash to provide a single platform for event log and intel-style document analysis.
Ikanow’s open source platform allows organizations to harvest both unstructured and structured data sources, enrich and transform these disparate sources into a unified, semi-structured format which then allows users to conduct meaningful analysis - all in one platform. Through their powerful visual query builder and simple to use GUI, Ikanow makes it easy for users to analyze and gain intelligence from their big data.
In this latest release, Ikanow’s integration with elasticsearch’s Kibana and Logstash provides Ikanow users with a platform to manage, monitor, and visualize log and event data. By merging existing big data analytical capabilities with those of their latest release, Ikanow users now have an extremely powerful cyber analytics solution.
“We are very excited to announce the integrations with Kibana and Logstash. These integrations have been designed with cyber use cases in mind and take advantage of the strong open source community which will enable rapid expansion of capabilities, algorithms, visualizations, and connectors,” states Chris Morgan, President of Ikanow.
With this latest release you can now use the Ikanow platform to do things such as:
*Reduce the number of cyber applications you are using to answer your cyber questions
*Reduce risk by applying resources to the most critical assets
*Rapidly ingest new data sources, allowing for quicker insights and decisions
*Quickly detect and respond to threats
“The side-by-side integration of record-based analysis with a robust, cost-effective, and scalable analytics platform is a game changer for my analysts. Ikanow provides the flexibility to solve not just today’s problems – but the ‘unknown/unknowns’ of tomorrow’s problems,” states the Head of Cyber Threat Intelligence from a Fortune 200 organization.
Ikanow is focused on removing the current gaps in technology and knowledge to help open-source approaches gain mass appeal and adoption among enterprises and technology vendors alike. Ikanow solves the underlying issues of synthesizing structured and unstructured data for analytical consumption. Their goal is to enable mission agility by reducing the time required to produce analytical business value. For more information about Ikanow's cyber capabilities, visit http://ikanow.hs-sites.com/cyber-threat-intelligence.