San Diego, CA (PRWEB) December 03, 2015
CyberFlow Analytics, an emerging leader in the Cyber Security market with its Security Network Behavior Analytics solution FlowScape™, announces a new integration layer named CyberHooks™ to rapidly enable sending high risk anomaly events to external systems. Leveraging an advanced publish/subscribe model, CyberFlow delivers a web services integration layer with an enriched set of anomaly events that can be integrated with Security Information Event Management (SIEM), Splunk or other external security, operations or network management systems. FlowScape CyberHooks can be configured to support a variety of transports, including industry standard Syslog and HTTP webhooks. Additionally, the FlowScape CyberHooks events can be delivered as a rich JSON message or utilizing Common Event Format (CEF). CyberFlow coined the term “Anomalytics” which includes anomaly detection using predictive analytics, threat intelligence and advanced visualization to detect cybercriminal activity and insider threats. With CyberHooks integration, both enterprise and Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) customers can augment their existing systems to close the gap on cyber security.
“We developed the FlowScape system to be Plug & Play at the request of our customers, meaning there is almost zero configuration, tuning or management overhead in the installation and operation of our FlowScape Network Behavioral Analytics system” stated Tom Caldwell, Founder and President of CyberFlow Analytics. “With FlowScape CyberHooks we took the same approach where a web services integration can be made with other systems such as SIEM solutions and leading products such as Splunk in less than 15 minutes.”
CyberFlow views this new integration layer as the next evolution in Security Analytics becoming the glue for the Industrial Internet of Things. Essentially Big Data Anomalytics will become a new Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) to enable the protection and intelligence within the device, at the edge of the network (e.g. fog computing) and in the cloud. Anomalytics is the new smart, secure and integrated layer of intelligence for Cyber IoT and the Digital Enterprise.
In addition to helping enterprises secure their networks, CyberFlow Analytics has strategic partnerships with both Toshiba and Siemens, leaders in the Industrial IoT market and actively working with CyberFlow to drive industry leadership and enable analytics to drive additional layers of intelligence for cyber security, operations and business intelligence. Especially in the Industrial sector of Smart Factories, Smart Buildings and Smart Cities. They view protecting these industrial IoT environments as an ecosystem where everyone in the value chain (e.g. manufacturing) must participate in security.
Dr. Anton Chuvakin, Research Vice President for Gartner in the Security and Risk Management group recently outlined in a webcast how Network Behavioral Analytics is a new emerging market in Cyber Security. CyberFlow is fast becoming a leader as a scalable software-only analytics solution leveraging Anomalytics deployed in Docker Containers with FlowScape CyberHooks integration. Companies are becoming more digital and analytics must be pervasive not only for traditional business intelligence, but now for IT cyber security and Industrial IoT Operational Technology (OT). Security Frameworks cannot be silos of tools any longer, they need to work better together to reduce the cost and complexity of the Security Operations Center (SOC), reduce cycle time of adding new security capabilities and enable the SOC analyst to become more efficient at defending the organization.. FlowScape CyberHooks along with Anomalytics leads the industry in becoming an open and integrated big data analytics system to protect IoT and the new digital enterprise.
About CyberFlow Analytics
CyberFlow Analytics develops FlowScape™ software that delivers continuous cyber security threat assessment and monitoring at scale using unsupervised machine learning and behavioral analytics. CyberFlow technology is focused on detection of Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) and cyber breaches for the enterprise security market and the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT). The company has termed the expression “anomalytics” to describe real-time network anomaly detection using predictive analytics, threat intelligence and advanced visualization. The company was founded and is managed by an experienced management team, which includes former CTO of AT&T Dr. Hossein Eslambolchi and Tom Caldwell, former executive at Cisco Systems. CyberFlow Analytics is a privately held company headquartered in San Diego, California with offices in Silicon Valley. For more information, please visit http://www.cyberflowanalytics.com.
For CyberFlow Analytics:
Tom Caldwell, +1-858-737-3642