Haystax risk-mitigation software products support missions as dissimilar as critical infrastructure protection and insider threat mitigation. At the core of these diverse applications, though, is a single analytics platform designed
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
Separate drafts of the fiscal-year 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) are currently making their way through the House and Senate. Haystax Technology’s Vice President of Security Analytics, Tom Read,
Cybersecurity Ventures has released its latest Cybersecurity 500 list, naming Haystax Technology as a top cybersecurity company for Q2 2017. Haystax is specifically recognized for its award-winning Haystax Analytics Platform™.
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 Technology and SANS today released an industry survey titled “Defending Against the Wrong Enemy: 2017 SANS Insider Threat Survey” that illustrates the importance of managing internal threats to win
The way we generate information about ourselves today — increasingly through social media, computer networks and connected devices — has forced security professionals to re-evaluate how they capture data, analyze
Haystax’s security analytics platform applies artificial intelligence techniques to reason like a team of analysts and prioritize risks in real time at scale for more efficient protection of critical assets.