For purposes of scientific discovery, the field of insider-threat detection often lacks sufficient amounts of time-series training data. Moreover, the limited data that are available are quite noisy. For instance, Greitzer
Today’s security and risk analysts have access to oceans of raw data, thanks to a proliferation of information sources, drastically improved computing power and dirt-cheap storage. Paradoxically, though, they’re having
Enterprises are increasingly turning to user behavior analytics (UBA) for an array of security missions, as they confront ever-more sophisticated external threats and the possibility that even their most trusted
Haystax’s security analytics platform applies artificial intelligence techniques to reason like a team of analysts and prioritizes risks in real time at scale for more efficient protection of critical assets.