Curion's contribution would be in the area of intelligent identity and access management.
"Our software supplies an often missing piece of the security array," said Chris Sullivan, vice president of product planning at CourionLabs. "We continuously scrutinize who has access to what resources across the entire enterprise and how access patterns are shaping up at any time. Analyzing petabytes of data related to identities, rights, resources, policies and activities, we identify risks, anomalies, potential breaches and actual breaches, often catching what slipped through a company's other defenses.
"We'll be donating our software and professional services to help manage these risks for ACSC members throughout New England."
ACSC was started by Mass Insight Global Partnerships, which brings industry, university and government organizations and brings together industry, university and government organizations to address sophisticated cybersecurity challenges.
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