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Enhancing Cyber Incident Resolution with Automated Threat Verification

It SIEM’s Huntsman Security has developed game changing technology that makes a real difference in cyber security incident management and resolution.

Huntsman Security, owned by Sydney based cyber security company, Tier-3, today announced the launch of its new vendor-agnostic machine learning-based Automated Threat Verification (ATV) technology. CEO Peter Woollacott, says this is one of the most exciting updates in the security technology space for years and, “There has never been more security intelligence available to support cybersecurity specialists. The problem however is that there is a dependency on manual processing of this machine-generated information. Consequently, security specialists are struggling to isolate the real threats from the noise and valuable time is lost.” Woollacott went on to say, “In environments that generate billions of events per day, current solutions can’t scale for speedy detection or resolution. With ATV at its core the Huntsman Analyst Portal® dramatically reduces the critical delay between threat detection and resolution by focusing analyst resources on the threats that really matter.”


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Hacked Opinions

Peter Woollacott talks about hacking and legislation with CSO in a series of topical discussions with industry leaders and experts……read more

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Huntsman Security partnering with Cisco through the pxGrid partner ecosystem

Only this week Cisco demonstrated an aligned vision by announcing the deep integration of pxGrid and the Huntsman Analyst Portal®. PX Grid, launched one year ago, provides a suite of context sharing and network control capabilities that enable Cisco ecosystem partners to extend their reach into the network infrastructure and take “Rapid Threat Containment” actions. We are delighted to announce that Huntsman Security has integrated both the “User Access and Device context” and “network control” capabilities into the Huntsman Analyst Portal®, enabling delivery of: 

Rapid Manual & Automated Threat Containment… seconds

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How to tackle the network intruders

…How long do you think it would take to spot an intruder in your home?

Let’s say they got in during the night, just to give them a chance. It would probably be only a few minutes before you would be calling the police or tiptoeing towards the intruders gripping a tennis racket or baseball bat in your sweaty hands.  It certainly wouldn’t be weeks or months before you noticed.  And yet, many companies do take that long to spot intruders on their networks.  Read More

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