McLean, VA, October 28, 2014 – Haystax Technology, a developer of next-generation analytics and cloud computing solutions, is proud to announce its sponsorship of the 2014 National Fusion Center Association’s Annual Training Event, to be held from November 4-7 in Alexandria, Virginia. Haystax representatives will be available throughout the conference to demonstrate several enterprise threat intelligence capabilities developed over the past 15 years for federal, state and local customers around the country. Specific initiatives include the multi-agency California Common Operating Picture (Cal COP), which ensures visibility across all operational risks to the state’s six fusion centers by enabling real-time situational awareness of critical assets and infrastructure. Cal COP and other Haystax information-sharing platforms combine asset and organizational data plus open-source, publicly available electronic information in ways that provide contextual, actionable threat intelligence directly to decision-makers through secure cloud and mobile applications. This will also be one of the company’s first opportunities to showcase the cyber threat intelligence capabilities it gained with the acquisition three months ago of NetCentrics Corp., a leading provider of cyber-security and network management solutions to government customers. The conference will bring together directors, operational managers and analysts from fusion centers around the country. More information about the 2014 NFCA Annual Training Event can be found by clicking here. To learn more about Haystax’s Enterprise Threat Intelligence capabilities, click here.
Haystax helps corporate security leaders protect their facilities and employees with a cloud-based software analytics platform that eliminates the artificial boundaries between IT, physical and personnel security. Our suite of task-focused applications integrate seamlessly into existing corporate SOC environments, providing all-hazard asset protection, incident reporting and monitoring, digital threat awareness, event security management and natural-disaster preparedness.