Sergeant Laboratories Introduces AristotleInsight at the Secure 360 Conference, Booth 107

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The big-data architecture backed by a Bayes inference engine, combined with patent pending social compliance tools, marks a quantum leap in security compliance technology.

Sergeant Laboratories Inc. announced today the release of AristotleInsight, to be introduced at the Secure 360 Conference, at the St. Paul River Center, St. Paul MN, May 13th and 14th, in booth 107.

AristotleInsight’s revolutionary use of a Bayes inference engine, backing a big-data architecture, provides security and compliance capabilities that have never before been possible. The technology is a big-data correlation product with patent-pending social compliance tools. End point monitoring, zero-day detection, Active Directory monitoring and log collection and inspection are but a few of the functions AristotleInsight performs while providing Bayesian inference of events across the entire platform. Sergeant Laboratories Director of Technology, David Losen, will be at the Secure 360 Conference, booth 107, offering live demonstrations of the innovative breakthrough in security and compliance technology.

Sergeant Laboratories builds sophisticated software that provides straightforward solutions to complicated I.T. problems. Over fifteen years ago, Sergeant Laboratory engineers were asked, “What are our computers actually being used for?” Answering that question has proven critical to successful I.T. security and compliance. Based in the Midwest, Sergeant Laboratories focuses on providing practical and detailed insight into what is happening on heterogeneous and cloud platforms.

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