CyberReveal, announced Monday, can be scaled to any organization. It is capable of processing billions of data records daily to identify and prioritize security events, giving analysts a single view of network activity across their whole IT estate, detecting attacks by behavior and not just by the signatures of previous attacks.
"CyberReveal addresses four key areas where traditional approaches are proving ineffective against the modern cyber threat, helping analysts to prioritize the incidents they investigate, managing huge data volumes, evolving their defenses in line with a rapidly changing threat environment and enabling quicker, more informed decision making," said Martin Sutherland, managing director of BAE Systems Detica.
"This is the first time we're making our technology available for companies that have their own analysts. CyberReveal provides a unique 'single pane of glass' for analysts by linking security event data information from across the entire organization."
In addition to CyberReveal, the companies offers its own Managed Security Services team, to monitor for and act on cyberattacks on a company's behalf.
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