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Cloudwick and Solarflare Partner to Deliver New High Performance Cluster Security for Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Analytics

Strategic Alliance Transforms How Data is Protected at Petabyte Scale

LAS VEGAS, NV–(Marketwired – Jul 26, 2017) – Black Hat USA 2017, Booth 1465 – Cloudwick, the developer of CDL — The World’s First Neural Security System of Intelligence for Cybersecurity, and Solarflare, a pioneer in the development of neural-class networks, today announced a strategic partnership that delivers next-generation cluster security for high performance Machine Learning (ML), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Advanced Analytics (AA) at petabyte scale.

“SolarSecure™ is a new class of Ethernet chip hardware that CDL Cloaking™ leverages to provide distributed security in analytics servers to petabyte scale, and to make CDL appliances invisible to scans and unauthorized users,” said Ahmet Houssein, Vice President of Marketing at Solarflare. “The scale-out architecture allows Solarflare and CDL cluster security to transform how data is protected by addressing threats ‘inside’ the data center, where 90% of IP traffic exists.”

“Having engineered and managed many of the world’s largest big data ML, AA and AI clusters, we realized that a new way to secure data was required, and our partnership with Solarflare makes CDL the world’s most secure appliance for high performance analytics at petabyte scale,” said Mani Chhabra, CEO and founder of Cloudwick. “Together we are changing the performance and security economics for data and analytics at scale.”

CDL Demonstration at Black Hat USA 2017
Black Hat 2017 attendees can see CDL in action at Black Hat USA in Las Vegas Wednesday, July 26 and Thursday, July 27 in booth 1465. Additionally, every half hour, Cloudwick and Solarflare executives, as well as other ecosystem partners, will be presenting on cybersecurity topics in the booth.

About CDL
CDL is the Neural System of Intelligence for Cybersecurity. Developed with Intel and leading data center, cloud and security vendors, CDL is designed to democratize security analytics at scale, unlock the potential of today’s siloed security solutions, and provide a converged security analytic platform for enhancing and extending SIEM, EDR, IDS/IPS and other traditional systems as well as powering User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA), Machine Learning (ML), Advanced Analytics (AA) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions.

CDL enables enterprises to win the war against today’s top digital business threats including malware, ransomware, Advanced Persistent Threats (APT), Data Loss Protection (DLP), insider threats, denial of service, botnets and nation state attacks.

About Solarflare
Solarflare is pioneering server connectivity for neural-class networks. From silicon to firmware to software, Solarflare provides a comprehensive, integrated set of technologies for distributed, ultra-scale, software-defined datacenters.

The Solarflare XtremeScale Architecture is a design framework which includes a comprehensive suite of features for ultra-scale environments: High-bandwidth, ultra-low-latency, ultra-scale connectivity, software defined, secure with hardware firewalls, and instrumented for line-speed telemetry.

Solarflare solutions have earned a sterling reputation in financial services and are used by virtually every major global exchange, commercial bank and hedge fund. This exacting, regulated performance uniquely qualifies our solutions for use in ultra-scale applications in IoT, big data and artificial intelligence where low latency, robust security and insightful telemetrics are critical.

Solarflare solutions are available from leading distributors and value-added resellers, as well as from major global manufacturers. Solarflare is headquartered in Irvine, California, and operates R&D facilities in Cambridge, UK and New Delhi, India.

About Cloudwick
Cloudwick developed CDL, the world’s first Neural System of Intelligence for Cybersecurity with leading analytics, data center, cloud and security vendors, including Intel, Logtrust, ProtectWise, Bricata, SolarFlare, H2O, AWS and others. CDL is designed to democratize security analytics at scale, unlock the potential of today’s siloed solutions, and enable enterprises to win the war against today’s top digital business threats including malware, ransomware, Advanced Persistent Threats (APT), Data Loss Prevention (DLP), insider threats, denial of service, botnets and nation state attacks. For more information, visit www.cyberdatalake.com.

CDL is a trademark of Cloudwick. All other product and company names herein may be trademarks of their registered owners.

Cloudwick Introduces New CDL Technology Partner Program for Security Vendors and Data Scientists to Unlock the Power of Data at Scale for ML, AA and AI Cybersecurity

CDL is the “Salesforce of Cybersecurity Analytics”

LAS VEGAS, NV–(Marketwired – Jul 25, 2017) – (Black Hat USA 2017, Booth 1465) – Cloudwick, the developer of CDL, the World’s First Neural Security System of Intelligence for Cybersecurity, today introduced the CDL Technology Partner Program (TPP), designed to provide security vendors with certification, development marketing, support and sales opportunities that can accelerate business growth.CDL acts as the neural system of cybersecurity intelligence, capturing, storing and analyzing high throughput network telemetry data (network packets, logs, alerts and netflow) and democratizing this data for any cybersecurity vendor or data scientist.

“One of the challenges to AA, AI or ML is capturing, storing, computing and analyzing data at scale,” said Thaddeus Blake, VP of Alliances, Cloudwick. “CDL has democratized data analytics at scale by changing the model for cybersecurity, giving data ownership and control back to the enterprise and making it securely accessible for both traditional and modern analytic vendors.”

As more and more organizations are seeking out advanced security technologies to combat increasingly complex threats, CDL plays a tremendous role in helping them achieve that goal, including the seamless integration of advanced automation, detection, orchestration and analytics tools.

Participating partners work closely with the Cloudwick CDL team to establish sales, marketing, and delivery, and additional resources include CDL training and certification. Additionally, managed and consulting services are available to partners to help customers maximize their investments. Launching TPP partners include Bricata, Corelight, Graphistry, H2O, Ixia, Logtrust, Protectwise and Solarflare.

To learn more about the CDL TPP program, please email TPP@cyberdatalake.com.

About CDL
CDL is designed to democratize security analytics at scale, unlock the potential of today’s siloed security solutions, and provide a converged security analytic platform for enhancing and extending SIEM, EDR, IDS/IPS and other traditional systems as well as powering User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA), Machine Learning (ML), Advanced Analytics (AA) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions. CDL enables enterprises to win the war against today’s top digital business threats: ransomware, DDos, botnets, Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs), insider breaches, and nation state attacks.

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Bricata
“To stop today’s attackers, which are increasingly sophisticated, well-funded, well-organized and use highly-targeted techniques, organizations must anticipate threats through better identification of patterns and anomalies indicative of hidden threats,” said John Trauth, CEO of Bricata. “CDL’s open integration with other security technologies, especially data sources, is a refreshing approach that’s long overdue and well positioned to meet enterprise security needs today and tomorrow. CDL and Bricata offer a symbiotic solution, where CDL serves as a powerful platform providing the simplified exchange of vital security data, and Bricata provides important context for analysis and alert enrichment, which enables enterprises to discern real threats from the noise.”

Corelight
“CDL has unlocked the power of data at scale. Adding data from BroLogs to the CDL will enable data scientists and incident responders to understand attacks and get to the root cause much more quickly,” said Alan Saldich, acting CMO at Corelight. “The CDL Technology Partner Program allows us to participate in a powerful solution and for enterprises to design next-generation cybersecurity solutions.”

Graphistry
“Security is now a data problem. Incident response and hunt teams are complaining to us about being left short-sighted by crufty data infrastructure. When we work with them to scale via GPU-accelerated visibility and visual playbook automation, CDL’s approach has emerged as one of the only data layers that can match our performance,” reports Leo Meyerovich, co-founder of Graphistry, Inc. “By leveraging the best practices of Google-era big data platforms, security teams can start multiplying the value of their data, tools, and analysts.”

Logtrust
“CDL is the first solution to fulfill the potential of democratized security analytics at scale, ending the limitations of traditional siloed solutions, and enabling enterprises to detect and mitigate today’s top digital business threats,” said Mark Wilkinson, VP of Strategy for Logtrust. “Logtrust’s role in the CDL ecosystem is real-time ingestion and visualization of heterogeneous log and flow data at previously unattainable volume and scale. As enterprise needs exceed traditional SIEM and security platform capacity, Logtrust provides the solution for ingesting and visualizing hundreds of millions of logs and flows per second, far beyond current platform capabilities. CISO’s, SOC analysts, and data scientists can leverage this capability to solve complex security problems that were previously unattainable.”

Protectwise
“CDL has unlocked the power of data at scale, creating new opportunities for ProtectWise and other security and analytics vendors who protect digital business,” said Ramon Peypoch, Chief Product Officer, ProtectWise. “The CDL Technology Partner Program allows us to collaborate on solving real security challenges for leading organizations globally.”

CDL Demonstration at Black Hat USA 2017
Black Hat 2017 attendees can learn more about CDL at Black Hat USA in Las Vegas Wednesday, July 26 and and Thursday, July 27 in booth 1465. Additionally, every half hour, CDL TPP executives will be presenting on cybersecurity topics.

About Cloudwick
Cloudwick developed CDL, the world’s first Neural System of Intelligence for Cybersecurity with leading analytics, data center, cloud and security vendors, including Intel, Logtrust, ProtectWise, Bricata, SolarFlare, H2O, AWS and others. CDL is designed to democratize security analytics at scale, unlock the potential of today’s siloed solutions, and enable enterprises to win the war against today’s top digital business threats including malware, ransomware, Advanced Persistent Threats (APT), Data Loss Prevention (DLP), insider threats, denial of service, botnets and nation state attacks. For more information, visit www.cyberdatalake.com.

CDL is a trademark of Cloudwick. All other product and company names herein may be trademarks of their registered owners.

SDxCentral Coverage – CDL

Big Data Provider Cloudwick Launches Security Analytics Platform

SDxCentral’s Jessica Hardcastle covers the launch of CDL.

“Big data service provider Cloudwick today launched a security analytics product at Black Hat USA that the company claims can ingest more than 100 million events per second of telemetry data. This includes network packets, netflow, logs, and alerts…”

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Cloudwick and Logtrust Announce Strategic Partnership to Deliver the World’s First Neural System of Intelligence for Cybersecurity

Alliance to Solve Cybersecurity at Scale for Real-Time Analytics, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

LAS VEGAS, NV–(Marketwired – Jul 25, 2017) – (Black Hat USA 2017, Booth 1465) — Cloudwick, the developer of CDL, the World’s First Neural Security System of Intelligence for Cybersecurity, and Logtrust, the Real-time Big Data-in-Motion as-a-Service firm for Fast Data, Big Data analytics, today announced an OEM partnership to deliver the world’s first neural system of intelligence for cybersecurity. The companies are partnering on CDL (see press release “Cloudwick Launches CDL, world’s first Neural System of Intelligence for Cybersecurity at Black Hat USA 2017”- dated July 25, 2017) to enable security organizations to rapidly detect, respond to and resolve complex security threats using telemetry data (network packets, logs, alerts, netflow, etc.). The alliance will combine the strengths of both companies to address enterprise cyber security needs, especially against today’s top digital business threats including malware, ransomware, Advanced Persistent Threats (APT), Data Loss Prevention (DLP), insider threats, denial of service, botnets and nation state attacks.

CDL is designed to democratize security analytics at scale, unlock the potential of today’s siloed security solutions, and provide a converged security analytic platform for enhancing and extending traditional security systems (IDS, IPS, SIEM, etc.) as well as powering User and Entity Behavior Analytics, machine learning, advanced analytics and artificial intelligence solutions.

“CDL is the system of intelligence for security at scale, enhancing, extending and expanding the capabilities and performance of legacy solutions and enabling newer machine learning, advanced analytics and artificial intelligence,” said Mani Chhabra, CEO and founder of Cloudwick. “Logtrust provides real-time data in motion, giving the SOC insight into every stage of an attack. The integration enables enterprises to leverage automation, forensics, investigation and response.”

“Through this unique partnership with Cloudwick, Logtrust enhances CDL with disruptive real-time threat hunting capabilities at scale and velocity,” said Pedro Castillo, CEO Logtrust, Inc. “Now businesses can complement their SIEM with a single source of truth to pinpoint cyber security attacks and unusual behavior, visualize attack graphs, detect intruder paths and vulnerabilities, and access all data that is always hot.”

CDL Demonstration at Black Hat USA 2017
Black Hat 2017 attendees can see CDL in action at Black Hat USA in Las Vegas Wednesday, July 26 and Thursday, July 27 in booth 1465. Additionally, every half hour, Cloudwick and Logtrust executives, as well as other ecosystem partners, will be presenting on cybersecurity topics in the booth.

About Logtrust
Logtrust is a Real-Time Big Data-in-Motion platform offering Fast Data, Big Data analytics through a solution that enables real-time analytics for security, IT operations, fraud, compliance, IoT, and other aspects of business. Recognized as a Gartner Cool Vendor 2016, Logtrust is intuitive, interactive, and collaborative, with no coding required, guided widgets, and out-of-the-box advanced interactive contextual dashboards. The platform provides a completely real-time experience, with new events always available for query and visualization, and pre-built queries always updated with the most recent events. The highly customizable solution works non-intrusively with your system, with agentless collectors and forwarders, platform remote APIs to check health, and all capabilities callable via REST APIs. Service is always on with cross-cloud region disaster recovery, and data is always hot and unmodified (to meet data reliability and integrity compliance requirements). Logtrust is located at the epicenter of Silicon Valley in Sunnyvale, CA, and further serves its global clients through offices in New York and Madrid. Visit www.logtrust.com for more information.

About Cloudwick
Cloudwick developed CDL, the world’s first Neural System of Intelligence for Cybersecurity with leading analytics, data center, cloud and security vendors, including Intel, Logtrust, ProtectWise, Bricata, SolarFlare, H2O, AWS and others. CDL is designed to democratize security analytics at scale, unlock the potential of today’s siloed solutions, and enable enterprises to win the war against today’s top digital business threats including malware, ransomware, Advanced Persistent Threats (APT), Data Loss Prevention (DLP), insider threats, denial of service, botnets and nation state attacks. For more information, visit www.cyberdatalake.com.

CDL is a trademark of Cloudwick. All other product and company names herein may be trademarks of their registered owners.

Cloudwick Launches CDL, world’s first Neural System of Intelligence for Cybersecurity at Black Hat USA 2017

CDL changes the economics of security for digital business

LAS VEGAS, NV–(Marketwired – Jul 25, 2017) – Black Hat USA 2017 (Booth 1465) — Cloudwick today announced the launch of CDL, the Neural System of Intelligence for Cybersecurity. In development for two years with participation from Intel and leading data center, cloud and security vendors, CDL is designed to democratize security analytics at scale, unlock the potential of today’s siloed security solutions, and provide a converged security analytic platform for enhancing and extending SIEM, EDR, IDS/IPS and other traditional systems as well as powering User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA), Machine Learning (ML), Advanced Analytics (AA) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions. CDL enables enterprises to win the war against today’s top digital business threats including malware, ransomware, Advanced Persistent Threats (APT), Data Loss Prevention (DLP), insider threats, denial of service, botnets and nation state attacks.

CDL acts as the neural system of cybersecurity intelligence by capturing, storing and analyzing high velocity network telemetry data (network packets, logs, alerts and netflow) and by democratizing this data for use and analyses by all available SOC tools. Horizontally scalable and highly available, CDL ingests hundreds of terabytes daily and enables long-term, cost-effective data retention. CDL supports common use cases including compliance, incident response and investigation, risk and vulnerability management, securing the cloud, threat detection (APT, data breach, malware, insider threat) and more.

CDL consists of:

  • CDL Capture, a fully managed, high-scale ingestion pipeline appliance capable of ingesting more than 100M events per second of telemetry data including network packets, netflow, logs, and alerts — making cybersecurity analytics at scale possible for the first time.
  • CDL Platform, a fully managed cyber data lake appliance designed to democratize security data, unlock the potential of traditional security solutions and enable machine learning, advanced analytics and artificial intelligence at scale from 1 to 1,000 petabytes.
  • CDL Manager, which provides secure access to the CDL platform for CISOs, CROs, SOC analysts, threat hunters, data scientists, forensic investigators, compliance, governance and legal teams, and CDL certified applications, algorithms and products.
  • CDL Cloud, which extends the capabilities of a fully managed cyber data lake solution beyond the Data Center and onto AWS, providing a hybrid solution designed for platform agility, flexibility and value.

CDL is capable of:

  • Ingesting and analyzing more than 100M events per second at wire speeds from 10Gig, 40 Gig and 100+ Gig Networks.
  • Democratizing security to enhance, extend and create new capabilities for legacy tools and modern analytics at scale
  • Powering diagnostic, predictive and prescriptive analytics at scale
  • Transforming the economics of security for people, technology and vendors at scale
  • Reducing threat investigation from hours to minutes with CDL Replay and One-Click Correlation
  • Providing data scientists and threat hunters with one platform to capture, store, analyze and visualize data
  • Helping the CRO and CISO determine where, when and how a breach occurred and the exact nature of the exposure — down to packet and file level

“Siloed security solutions just can’t cover everything in today’s threat landscape,” said Eric Ogren, senior security analyst with 451 Research. “Security teams will quickly fix a weakness when told about it, but first the problem has to be detected. CDL promises to provide access to telemetry data enabling security teams to let legacy tools do their job — antivirus to clean up attacks, firewalls to block unauthorized traffic, access management to deny access, etc. — while prioritizing machine learning and analytics to automate critical detection and response actions.”

“Modern cyber threats are increasingly complex and legacy solutions are just not designed to keep up with the volume, variety, velocity and veracity of today’s data,” said Mani Chhabra, Cloudwick founder and CEO. “Enterprise defense systems require advanced security leveraging machine learning and AI along with traditional security solutions. We’ve been working with banks and Fortune 100 enterprises, as well as data center, cloud and security leaders to develop a solution to meet the most rigorous real-world security demands: That solution is CDL.”

“CDL has given the enterprise something it’s never had before, a centralized fully-democratized platform that can be leveraged by existing security solutions as well as new services like data science capabilities,” said Douglas Atkinson General Manager of iT Blueprint, a security and systems reseller. “The use of data science won’t be limited to just the Global 500. This new vision has been extremely well received by accounts that we service. In addition, owning their own telemetry data is a game changer and will lead to faster times from discovery to remediation when events occur with one-click.”

CDL Demonstration at Black Hat USA 2017
Black Hat 2017 attendees can see CDL in action at Black Hat USA in Las Vegas Wednesday, July 26 and and Thursday, July 27 in booth 1465. In addition to CDL demos, partner Logtrust and other ecosystem partners will be presenting on various cybersecurity topics at the booth.

Pricing and Availability
CDL is generally available in various configurations now, and pricing is available upon request. Contact sales@cyberdatalake.com for information.

About Cloudwick
Cloudwick developed CDL, the world’s first Neural System of Intelligence for Cybersecurity with leading analytics, data center, cloud and security vendors, including Intel, Logtrust, ProtectWise, Bricata, SolarFlare, H2O, AWS and others. CDL is designed to democratize security analytics at scale, unlock the potential of today’s siloed solutions, and enable enterprises to win the war against today’s top digital business threats including malware, ransomware, Advanced Persistent Threats (APT), Data Loss Prevention (DLP), insider threats, denial of service, botnets and nation state attacks. For more information, visit www.cyberdatalake.com.

CDL is a trademark of Cloudwick. All other product and company names herein may be trademarks of their registered owners.

Cloudwick Announces First Open Source Adaptive Cybersecurity Vulnerability Assessment on Cloud or On-premise Powered by ONI and Cloudera

San Jose, CA – Strata + Hadoop World (Booth 1024) – March 30, 2016 Cloudwick, the leading provider of bimodal digital business services and solutions, announced today a new vulnerability assessment for advanced cybersecurity threat detection for on-premise and cloud. This assessment provides unprecedented north-south and east-west DNS as well as internal and perimeter flow vulnerability analysis capable of analyzing more than 30 billion events per day.

At its booth (1024) at Strata + Hadoop World in San Jose (March 28-31), Cloudwick will demonstrate its advanced cyber threat detection for complete threat visibility into:

  1. Perimeter & Internal flow attacks by stealthy scanning, side channel data escapes, reflection attacks, unusual data flows and beaconing, and:
  2. DNS threats from tunneling, NNTP and Beaconing

These are some of the most difficult cybersecurity attacks to detect and are costing the enterprise billions of dollars in fraud as well as data and Intellectual property theft.

“Cloudwick is the leader in bimodal cybersecurity,” said Mani Chhabra, founder and CEO of Cloudwick. “We’re working closely with Cloudera, Intel and the cybersecurity community to develop a complete portfolio of ONI based cybersecurity solutions. Our Open Source Adaptive Security Vulnerability Assessment can be implemented within a week on-premise or in the cloud and begin providing threat protection immediately.”

“Our cybersecurity-focused partners are leveraging ONI to accelerate delivery of advanced solutions capitalizing on a pre-built open data model coupled with the powerful compute capabilities of Cloudera’s Enterprise Data Hub,” said Tim Stevens, Vice President, Business and Corporate Development for Cloudera. “Customers are benefiting from these common objects and can easily extend to adjacent use cases beyond cybersecurity: network operations, fraud, and user experience optimization to name just a few. A single source of data built on an open data model creates tremendous value for our customers.”

“It’s terrific to see ONI adoption by so many industry leaders,” said Grant Babb, Chief Security Data Scientist at Intel. “The new world of security analytics requires skillsets in big data as well as the security domain. Security specialists may not yet be comfortable with big data technology like Hadoop, Shark, Scala, etc. Managed solutions like Cloudwick OSAS help bridge the experience needed to implement ONI and gain complete threat visibility for a network.”

About Cloudwick One® OSAS

Cloudwick One® OSAS uses big data analytics to provide actionable insights into operational and security threats. Leveraging Open Network Insight (ONI) and Cloudera EDH, OSAS analyzes billions of events in order to detect unknown and insider threats and gain a new level of visibility into the network. 

About Cloudwick

Cloudwick is the leading provider of bimodal digital business services and solutions to the Global 1000. Its offering, Cloudwick One®, includes solutions such as business intelligence modernization, data science, big data pilot-to-production, IoT and mobile application development, cloud, security, data pipeline and more, enabling data-driven enterprises like 3M, Bank of America, Comcast, Home Depot, Intuit, JP Morgan, NetApp, Target, Visa, and Walmart to gain competitive advantage from open source, big data, cloud and advanced analytics.

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Cloudwick is a registered trademark. All other product and company names herein may be trademarks of their registered owners.

 

Cloudwick Announces Open Source Adaptive Security Managed Solution for the Digital Enterprise

Cloudwick One® OSAS Analyzes Billions of Events to Detect Unknown and Insider Threats

San Francisco, CA – RSA Conference – February 29, 2016 – Cloudwick, the leading provider of bimodal digital business services and solutions, announced today its new Cloudwick One® Open Source Adaptive Security (OSAS) managed solution built using Open Network Insight (ONI), powered by Cloudera Enterprise Data Hub (EDH).

“We are pleased to be launching the first Big Data OSAS managed solution for the digital enterprise,” said Mani Chhabra, founder and CEO of Cloudwick. “Cloudwick One OSAS enables the enterprise to analyze network and cloud traffic and events at big data scale and speed resulting in detection of unknown and insider threats in hours rather than weeks.”

Cloudwick One® OSAS leverages ONI, an open source solution announced by Intel and optimized for Cloudera EDH. Cloudwick One OSAS delivers advanced visibility into operational and security threats by using modern analytics performing at cloud scale. For organizations with dynamic data centers and networks, ONI provides actionable insights into suspicious traffic by analyzing billions of events in order to detect unknown and insider threats.

Key Benefits

  1. Suspicious Connects: Use machine learning to filter out normal traffic and look for patterns in unusual network connections. Patterns can be triaged and high-risk traffic or connections can be reported to incident response, medium passed through to the machine learning, and low risk removed.
  2. Suspicious DNS: Machine learning filters out normal DNS traffic to show patterns in an underlying graph, such as unusual rank order, network or geographical context as it relates to the domain and external threat intelligence.
  3. Storage Prediction: Future storage needs can be predicted based on data accumulation over a period of time, and the more data that exists, the more accurate the prediction.
  4. Incident Response: Take a specific IP address (i.e., one believed to be a potential risk) and gather the details and characteristics of its associated communications to build a timeline of the conversations that originated with it.
  5. Storyboard: Communicate threat intelligence across the organization by presenting results in a storyboard, showing details of the events including: what (impact), how (incident progression), where (geolocation), and when (timeline). Communicate results via interactive visualization as well as text, with a high-level summary for an executive audience, as well as details to address deeper questions.

Most existing non-Big Data OSAS solutions are focused on situational awareness through signature matching and rules and can only analyze millions of daily events. Cloudwick One® OSAS can analyze billions of events in order to detect unknown events and insider attacks and diagnose dark areas. Existing tools produce too many false positives due to poor rule writing, analyzing data without context and long baseline training. Cloudwick One® OSAS delivers fewer false positive alerts by triangulating the data with context to assure alerts are legitimate.

Alan Ross, chief cloud security architect at Intel and ONI core team member, said, “While current threat intelligence tools help, identifying unknown threats and attacks remain a challenge. Open Network Insight accelerates the ability for enterprises and service providers to expose suspicious connections and previously unseen attacks using flow and packet analysis technologies. We are pleased to name Cloudwick as an ONI Committer and to receive Cloudwick’s expert help getting ONI to organizations that need this advanced level of threat protection.”

“We are thrilled to see Cloudwick’s adoption of Open Network Insight and Cloudera’s enterprise data hub, powered by Apache Hadoop, in order to accelerate the development of their cybersecurity managed solution,” said Sam Heywood, director of product management, Cloudera. “We are excited to partner with Cloudwick as they continue to extend the capabilities of their solution as the open source community continues to evolve ONI and Apache Hadoop.”

In addition to meeting Cloudwick in Cloudera’s booth at RSA, see Cloudwick at Gartner Business Intelligence and Analytics Summit and Strata and Hadoop World.

About Cloudwick

Cloudwick is the leading provider of bimodal digital business services and solutions to the Global 1000. Its offering, Cloudwick One®, includes solutions such as business intelligence modernization, data science, big data pilot-to-production, IoT and mobile application development, cloud, data pipeline and more, enabling data-driven enterprises like 3M, Bank of America, Comcast, Home Depot, Intuit, JP Morgan, NetApp, Target, Visa, and Walmart to gain competitive advantage from open source, big data, cloud and advanced analytics.

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Cloudwick is a registered trademark. All other product and company names herein may be trademarks of their registered owners.