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HUNTSMAN SECURITY INTEGRATES WEB-BASED BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE INTO SECURITY ANALYTICS AND SCORECARD SOLUTIONS

LONDON, UK – August 12, 2019 – Huntsman Security has expanded its security analytics and scorecard toolset by partnering with Panintelligence to develop a fully-featured business intelligence (BI) dashboard and reporting interface, ‘WebView’.

Designed for management stakeholders, SOC leaders and customers of Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) that use Huntsman Security products, ‘WebView’ delivers market-leading BI technology via highly advanced, responsive graphical displays to browsers and mobile device users.  It includes flexible options for customisation, configuration and the ability to drill into incident and alert data based on the user’s roles and priorities, allowing them to:

  • Understand specific incident/alert details
  • View security operations team performance statistics
  • Validate MSSP service levels, exceptions and active cases

‘WebView’ enables security functions to provide rich, interactive views of cyber security risk and control effectiveness across the parts of the business they protect.

Business Intelligence interface for Huntsman Security solutions

‘WebView’ dashboard

Peter Woollacott, CEO, Huntsman Security said:

“‘WebView’ allows our business users to examine security performance just as they would any other aspect of their business operations.  And for mobile users on tablets or smart phones the interface gives them instant, on-demand access to the latest risk information.”

‘WebView’ is available now as part of new Huntsman Security Next Gen SIEM solution deployments and for existing customers.

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About Huntsman Security

Huntsman Security – founded in Sydney, Australia – is a cyber security specialist focused on supporting its customers’ cyber resilience with real-time security threat detection, verification and resolution products.

Their Next Gen SIEM & Security Analytics, Automation and Scorecard solutions are deployed in mission-critical security environments in the national intelligence, border protection and critical infrastructure sectors globally.  Huntsman Security’s offices are located in Sydney and London with operations in Tokyo and the Philippines.

About Panintelligence

Fast-growing business intelligence and data analytics software developer Panintelligence is based in Leeds, UK.  They provide BI and analytics platforms, which are used across a wide range of industry sectors and embedded within solutions to provide real-time business intelligence dashboards and predictive analytics.

Huntsman Security Media Contact

Dominic Walsh       +44 (0) 20 7436 0420

media@huntsmansecurity.com

www.huntsmansecurity.com              @tier3huntsman

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New Security Scorecard in G-CLOUD 11 Digital Marketplace

Huntsman Security’s Security Scorecard solution is now available alongside Security Analytics

LONDON, UK – JULY 10, 2019 – Huntsman Security has once again won a place in the UK government digital marketplace for its Security Analytics Protective Monitoring solution through G-Cloud 11.  The solution includes log and activity monitoring, compliance reporting and the ability to leverage advanced analytics and threat detection.

Additionally, under this iteration of G-Cloud, customers can now also buy Huntsman Security’s new Security Scorecard to provide management-level security effectiveness KPI and metric reporting across on-premise and cloud estates.

The Scorecard allows trouble-free, trustworthy, quantitative, continuous measurement of cyber security posture – with weekly reports automatically generated and made available to security team leaders, risk/compliance managers or board-level stakeholders.

The solutions can be deployed as virtual appliances or software installation on the customer’s own on-premise or cloud environments and operate under the customer’s full operational control with coverage of cloud-based and local systems.  Being available through the digital marketplace means that departments and agencies can purchase the solutions and deploy them quickly through pre-approved commercial arrangements.

Huntsman Security’s Security Scorecard is the first board-level cyber security posture reporting/assisted audit solution within the digital marketplace.

Full details are at:

Mairead Keaney, Head of EMEA for Huntsman Security, said: “Offering solutions through the digital marketplace means customers get easy access to leading-edge security scorecard, reporting and analytics technology in a way that maximises flexibility and speed of deployment”.

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About Huntsman Security

Huntsman Security is a privately owned Australian cyber security software developer with offices in Sydney and London and operations in Tokyo and the Philippines.  The client base comprises Government departments that include defence, intelligence, social welfare and law enforcement as well as critical infrastructure organisations.  See www.huntsmansecurity.com/company/

 

Huntsman Security Media Contact

Dominic Walsh       +44 (0) 20 7436 0420

media@huntsmansecurity.com

www.huntsmansecurity.com              @tier3huntsman

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REAL-TIME DEFENCE FOR CYBER RISK

Essential 8 Auditor gives immediate view of how safe you are

 Leading Australian cyber security firm, Huntsman Security has launched a new product that will enable companies to assess in real-time how effective their security defences are. Affectionately known as ‘The Auditor’, it is a self-install, agentless product that gives internal and external stakeholders a clear objective measure of an organisation’s cyber resilience.

As government and commercial organisations continue to struggle with their exposure to cyber-risk, The Auditor gives instant visibility of an organisation’s security control effectiveness by providing cyber security performance metrics against the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) Essential 8 mitigation strategies identified in the Australian Government cyber security framework.

While the ‘Top Four’ controls are mandatory for Australian federal government departments, the eight controls collectively reflect the best practice recommendations by other Governments such as the UK and the USA.  In NSW, state government policy requires a report detailing a maturity assessment against the ACSC Essential 8 by 31 August each year.

The Auditor compliments the successful “Essential 8 Scorecard” which was launched by Huntsman Security in 2018. With the Scorecard, CIOs are given a continuous, enterprise-wide view of their organisation’s performance against the Essential 8 controls.  As a Computer Aided Audit Tool (CAAT), the Essential 8 Auditor comes into its own where a continuous view isn’t required. It delivers a real-time comprehensive audit of cyber posture.

Manual audits typically only deliver an out of date ‘security snapshot’ that can result in vulnerability blind spots. The Auditor sets a new benchmark in cyber auditing and can be used for compliance reporting and annual attestations.  It also serves as a management tool to support security specialists in their pursuit of improving their security posture.  The first release of the Essential 8 Auditor is scheduled for August 2019.

“No matter how good or detailed your criteria for effective security, if you only measure it once a year, it won’t give auditors a representative view of operations and it certainly won’t enable the proactive management of risk that security teams and executives aspire to, said Peter Woollacott, CEO and Founder of Huntsman Security.

Huntsman Security, 2019 Australian Technology Competition semi-finalists, will be at the Australian Security Summit 2019 in Canberra on 9 July with CEO, Peter Woollacott available for enquiries on the new product. Come and meet the team of experts at the AuSec Summit, booth B07, Hotel Realm Canberra.

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About Huntsman Security

Huntsman Security is a privately owned Australian cyber security software developer with offices in Sydney and London and operations in Tokyo and the Philippines.  The client base comprises Government departments that include defence, intelligence, social welfare and law enforcement as well as critical infrastructure organisations See www.huntsmansecurity.com/company/

 

Huntsman Security Media Contact

Anne Aziz-Parker   (02) 9419 3200

mediarelations@huntsmansecurity.com

www.huntsmansecurity.com             @tier3huntsman

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Cyber Security Scorecard Gives Business Real-time Understanding of Security Risks

Huntsman Security uses best practice backed by Government findings to give immediate understanding of risk exposure

 LONDON, UK & SYDNEY, AUS – 24 January 2019: As executives struggle to understand their organisations’ exposure to cyber-risk, Huntsman Security has launched The Security Scorecard – the first tool of its kind to give instant visibility of an organisation’s Cyber Security Posture. The Scorecard is a standalone product that gives non IT people such as auditors, risk managers and senior executives a clear understanding of an entity’s cyber security exposure.

Huntsman Security Scorecard delivers cyber KPIs

Security Scorecard Dashboard

 The Scorecard technology automatically measures eight key security controls whose effectiveness determines just how secure an organisation is from a cyber-attack.  Based on findings by the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD), these best practice controls can reduce the likelihood of a cyber-attack by more than 85 percent. Measuring against these, the Scorecard gives an immediate and automated understanding of risk and exposure: allowing the business to tune the effectiveness of the controls in line with its risk appetite.

 

“One of the biggest issues security teams face is presenting a convincing argument to the board about what measures need to be taken to reduce risk, and why,” said Jon Collins, industry analyst at Gigaom. “In this situation, the security team doesn’t want to present a list of thousands of outstanding actions, but a shortlist of the highest priorities. A simple scorecard acts as a paring knife, allowing organisations to act more quickly to reduce risk.

Ultimately, any organisation suffering a breach wants it to be because they fell victim to a complex, never-before-seen attack; not because they failed to follow basic precautions. Huntsman’s scorecard is a great starting point for security teams and executives who want to ensure they have taken essential precautions, based on clear criteria.”

 

Utilising the “Essential Eight” controls, the solution consists of eight processes that, together: prevent initial attacks, and limit the extent of incidents, recover data and restore systems availability.

The processes are split into a ’Top Four’ – application whitelisting, patching applications, patching operating systems and restricting admin privileges – that are critical to achieving security: plus a further four – disabling untrusted Microsoft office macros, user application hardening, multi-factor authentication and daily backup of important data. The ‘Top Four’ controls are mandatory for Australian federal government departments, and the eight controls collectively complement the best practices put in place by other Governments, such as the UK or USA.

The Security Scorecard continuously measures the performance of the controls, reporting clear metrics and red, amber, green colour-coded status that is easily understood by any audience.

Security Scorecard assessment of key Security Controls

Security Scorecard – Status of Controls

Armed with this information, stakeholders have an immediate overview of their exposure and security teams know whether to focus on these essential processes or examine other ways to reduce risk further.

A standalone product, the Scorecard has a small proactive footprint that sits alongside other security technologies.  Security teams can continue with their primary operations without any distraction and without significant investment in new security systems. Because of this, the Scorecard is easy to implement for any organisation.

The Scorecard can be used by organisations in a supply chain to give visibility of their security posture to partners up and down the chain.

“No matter how good or detailed your criteria for effective security, if you only measure it once a year; it won’t give auditors a representative view of operations and it certainly won’t enable the proactive management of risk that security teams and executives aspire to”,  said Peter Woollacott, CEO and founder of Huntsman Security.

 

As a Computer Aided Audit Tool (CAAT), the Scorecard comes into its own; rather than providing an expensive ‘snapshot in time’ it delivers a continuous view of cyber posture for auditors.  It also serves to support security specialists in their pursuit of plugging any security gaps.

The Security Scorecard is available now:  huntsmansecurity.com/products/security-scorecard/

Security Scorecard Overview

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About Huntsman Security

Huntsman Security is a privately owned Australian cyber security software developer with offices in Sydney and London and operations in Tokyo and the Philippines.  The client base comprises Government departments that include defence, intelligence, social welfare and law enforcement as well as critical infrastructure organisations.  See www.huntsmansecurity.com/company/

 

Huntsman Security Media Contact

Dominic Walsh       +44 (0) 20 7436 0420

media@huntsmansecurity.com

www.huntsmansecurity.com              @tier3huntsman

 

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Press Release: Huntsman Security rated “Strong Performer” in Security Analytics

SYDNEY, AUS & LONDON, UK – September 24, 2018 – Huntsman Security, cyber security software supplier to some of the world’s most demanding mission critical defence and government environments, was today acknowledged as a “Strong Performer” in “The Forrester Wave™: Security Analytics Platforms, Q3 2018” published by Forrester Research.

 

Forrester Wave Security Analytics 2018 Report

Security Analytics solutions, have expanded next-generation SIM from rules-based detection to include data science tools such as machine learning and artificial intelligence. Security Analytics enables the effective management of growing data volumes and infrastructure complexity. The capabilities help defend networks from increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks by enabling rapid detection, analysis and understanding of threats so complex cyber security attacks or insider threats can be identified and mitigated in real-time.

Forrester Research’s assessment of Huntsman Security’s solution stated:

“Huntsman Enterprise SIEM combines SIM capabilities with behavioral anomaly detection. The add-on Huntsman Analyst Portal provides threat verification, investigation, and automated resolution … Options for multi tenant licencing and per-user pricing are also available.”

Security Analytics encompasses the very areas that Huntsman Security has pioneered – dealing with high volumes of machine and user generated data, processing it at high speed using a range of analytics techniques including advanced correlation, machine learning, behaviour anomaly detection and alert verification to protect against attacks, compliance breaches and data loss.

Huntsman Security was one of only 3 vendors to score the maximum in compliance support criterion (a common driver for security investments) and also scored the maximum for its ability to handle large implementations. See here for more details.

Peter Woollacott, CEO of Huntsman Security said:

“Forrester have carefully assessed market demand and a number of security analytics offerings in terms of how they solve the problem of detecting ever growing numbers of cyber threats quickly and effectively. So we are pleased to have been acknowledged as a Strong Performer in the provision of this type of technology to support the cyber resilience efforts of our customers.”

Piers Wilson, Head of Product Management, added:

“The Wave assessment is thorough, and spans much of the breadth of technology we offer; mapping our capabilities against real-world cyber threat scenarios and security operations requirements – complex external attacks, insider threats, anomalous behaviour detection, incident response and attack visualisation. We believe that recognition for our security analytics solutions is a great endorsement of our position at the vanguard of this space.”

A copy of the Forrester Security Analytics Wave™ is available to download here.

Information on Huntsman Security can be found at:
http://www.huntsmansecurity.com/company/

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About Huntsman Security

Huntsman Security – founded in Sydney, Australia – is a cyber security specialist focused on real-time security threat detection, verification and resolution. Their Security Analytics and Automation solutions are deployed in complex, diverse, enterprise level environments including national intelligence, border protection and critical infrastructure. Used on-premise, in the cloud or underpinning an MSSP solution, Huntsman Security offers defence-grade protection that proactively detects indicators of compromise and allows companies to quickly resolve issues. Huntsman has offices in Australia and the UK, with operations in Japan and the Philippines.

Huntsman Security Media Contact

Dominic Walsh http://www.huntsmansecurity.com | +44 (0) 207 436 0420 | media@huntsmansecurity.com

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PRESS RELEASE: Huntsman Security Expansion in Australia

Huntsman Security, a leading vendor in advanced Security Analytics solutions and manufacturer of Huntsman technology increases investment in support.

Huntsman Security announced today its expansion in the Australian market to support the increasing demand for the ASD Essential Eight Monitoring  solution that gives organisations the ability to benchmark their cyber posture against the Australian Signals Directorate’s recommended cyber mitigation strategies.

Martin Buckland has been appointed as General Manager APAC responsible for customer and partner engagement as well as strategic development.

Additionally, following a recent recruitment process, Huntsman Security has increased engineering resources in Canberra to ensure new and existing customer installations continue to receive a high level of local engineering support and training.

“Dealing with the volume and complexity of threats is an increasing challenge for organisations, the exposure to risk is enormous” commented CEO, Peter Woollacott.  “Our customers can be assured that they have on-the-ground local support to ensure they are operating using all available automated functionality.  Face-to-face training is also available for new users of Huntsman technology”.  

The ASD Essential Eight Monitoring capability removes subjectivity associated with self-assessment and reporting.  It instantly identifies real-time non-compliance for remediation and saves time, cost and money when compared to manual auditing methods or a breach.

ASD Essential Eight Reporting Dashboard

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 About Huntsman Security

Huntsman Security is a privately owned Australian cyber security software developer with offices in Sydney and London and operations in Tokyo and the Philippines.  The client base comprises Government departments that include defence, intelligence, social welfare and law enforcement as well as critical infrastructure organisations.  See www.huntsmansecurity.com.

 

Huntsman Security Media Contact

Dominic Walsh       +61 (0) 2 9419 3200    media@huntsmansecurity.com

www.huntmsansecurity.com              @tier3huntsman

 

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PRESS RELEASE: Huntsman Security joins Global Cyber Alliance

Continuing its aim to bolster international interoperability and innovation, Huntsman Security signs up to the growing international cyber security community organisation

London, 24 October 2017 – As part of its continued outreach and drive to build and contribute to communities of interest and collaboration in the global cyber security marketplace, Huntsman Security has signed up to the Global Cyber Alliance.

Huntsman Security participates in a range of industry fora and collaboration bodies in its primary markets of Australia, Asia, EMEA and North America. Piers Wilson, Head of Product Management said:

“Cyber security is very much a team sport; solutions need to interoperate, organisations need to be able to share techniques and threat intelligence, government and industry need to work together and the triumvirate of people, process and technology requires a balanced approach.”

“The GCA aims to promote this concerted cooperative approach to cyber risk across the globe and in all industries so it is a natural fit for Huntsman,” he continued.

Huntsman Security brings expertise and technology from high security, real-time environments and its solutions allow organisations in all sectors and at all levels of risk to benefit from its high speed cyber-risk detection, security analytics, automated threat verification and response orchestration capabilities.

Peter Woollacott, Huntsman Security’s CEO, said: “We’ve seen the kinds of concerted attacks that once plagued only the higher echelons of government become all too prevalent in the wider corporate space.  Where once only the defence and intelligence sectors had to worry about state-sponsored attacks, and only the police had to worry about organised crime, in the connected world of modern technology those risks are faced by everyone.”

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 About The Global Cyber Alliance

The Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) is an international, cross-sector effort dedicated to confronting cyber risk and improving our connected world. It is a catalyst to bring communities of interest and affiliations together in an environment that sparks innovation with concrete, measurable achievements. While most efforts at addressing cyber risk have been industry, sector, or geographically specific, GCA partners across borders and sectors. GCA’s mantra “Do Something. Measure It.” is a direct reflection of its mission to eradicate systemic cyber risks.

GCA, a 501(c)3, was founded in September 2015 by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, the City of London Police, and the Center for Internet Security. Learn more at www.globalcyberalliance.org.

About Huntsman Security

Huntsman Security pioneered intelligent enterprise and cyber security with its landmark platform, Huntsman Enterprise SIEM, incorporating Behaviour Anomaly Detection (BAD).  The Huntsman Analyst Portal® adds a whole new level of intelligence to automated incident response and the threat resolution process.  Huntsman Security patented key aspects of BAD to detect anomalies in real time and so provides early warning of cyber threats, data leakage, malware and fraud.  The Huntsman portfolio is a defence-grade cyber security platform which includes threat detection, security analytics and incident resolution.  It is deployed in central government, finance and infrastructure environments in the UK, Japan and Australia.  See www.huntsmansecurity.com.

Huntsman Security Media Contact

Dominic Walsh   l   http://www.huntsmansecurity.com   |   +44 (0) 845 222 2010   l    020 7436 0420 | media@huntsmansecurity.com  l   @tier3huntsman

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Press Release: FoI request reveals hundreds of potential cases of internal data misuse in the UK police sector

Nearly 800 reported incidents in less than 16 months, with 34 UK police forces taking steps to improve monitoring systems

London, 26 July 2017 – UK police forces detected and investigated at least 779 cases of potential misuse of data by personnel between January 1st 2016 and April 10th 2017 according to a Freedom of Information (FOI) request by Huntsman Security. Despite the high number of cases, the request also revealed that forces are actively following recommendations to address this issue.

34 forces across the UK confirmed that they have implemented plans to ensure they have the capability and capacity required to seek intelligence on potential abuse of authority by staff. For all but one of the forces, those plans include monitoring IT systems to ensure they aren’t being accessed or used for unethical purposes. The findings come in the wake of the PEEL: Police Legitimacy 2016 report, which found that forces needed to do more to investigate and prevent staff abuse of IT systems and sensitive personal data, in order to protect the legitimacy of, and trust in, the police.

“Public trust and legitimacy is critical for the police: without these, a modern police force risks losing the confidence of the people it aims to serve,” said Peter Woollacott, CEO, Huntsman Security. “If there is any prospect of the safety and security of information being at risk, then every action should be taken to safeguard it before damage is done. The PEEL report highlighted that forces cannot rely on abuses being reported.

Implementing systems that don’t themselves intrude on privacy, but can identify when someone is accessing data that they shouldn’t be, is a good way for forces to ensure all personnel are behaving in an ethical manner when it comes to sensitive data.”

Published in January 2017, the PEEL report investigated whether police forces and personnel were treating their privileged status ethically, and how this affected their legitimacy. The investigation reviewed issues such as whether personnel were accessing and abusing forces’ stored personal data – and found more than a third (37%) of forces ‘required improvement’. The report stated that ‘many [forces] need to improve their ability to seek out intelligence’ on the subject, rather than waiting for complaints from members of the public or within the organisation.

Compared to 603 investigations taking place in 2016, there were 176 in the first 100 days of 2017. As some forces were unable to reveal the number of cases in 2017 due to on-going investigations, it is likely that the true figure will be higher. Given that one of the recommendations from the PEEL report was the implementation of better monitoring systems, the hope is that police forces will continue to become more adept at identifying misuse of systems and applications.

“The fact that so many potential cases were reported shows that this is still a serious problem. However, it is very encouraging to see forces taking concrete steps to address the issue,” continued Woollacott. “These statistics underline just how complicated data protection really is. Regardless of whether they are a police force or a pension fund, all organisations need to make sure that their data is being stored and used correctly by all personnel. Critically, they need to be able to continuously monitor to ensure that this is the case.”

About the Freedom of Information Request:

Huntsman Security contacted 45 police forces across the UK. Ten forces did not respond, while one responded but did not provide any information.

 

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About Huntsman Security

Huntsman Security pioneered intelligent enterprise and cyber security with its landmark platform, Huntsman® Enterprise SIEM, incorporating Behaviour Anomaly Detection (BAD).  The Huntsman Analyst Portal® adds a whole new level of intelligence to automated incident response and the threat resolution process.  Huntsman® patented key aspects of BAD to detect anomalies in real time and so provides early warning of cyber threats, data leakage, malware and fraud.  Huntsman® is a defence-grade cyber security platform which includes threat detection, security analytics and incident resolution.  Huntsman® is deployed in central government, finance and infrastructure environments in the UK, Japan and Australia.  See www.huntsmansecurity.com.

Huntsman Security Media Contact

Dominic Walsh   l   http://www.huntsmansecurity.com   |   +44 (0) 845 222 2010   l    020 7436 0420 | media@huntsmansecurity.com  l   @tier3huntsman

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PRESS RELEASE: Huntsman Security solution voted “Best Security Product” at ISSA-UK summer conference

LONDON, UK – July 07, 2017 – Huntsman Security is delighted to announce that its product suite received a “Best Security Product” award, voted for by the delegates and attendees at the ISSA-UK Summer Conference on July 6.

Reflecting the culmination and evolution of its security analytics, behavioural anomaly detection and attack detection technology, Huntsman®’s solution brings security analytics, automated threat verification and response capability to enterprises that are struggling to deal with the volume of alerts and false positives generated by modern security controls and the need to respond to real threats in a timely manner.

Andy Burston, Security Specialist at Huntsman® in the UK said: “This is a great endorsement of the solution – our approach to industrialise and automate the threat detection, verification and response process gives tangible benefits, including time and energy savings, repeatability and reduced time-at-risk to our customers.”

Philip Black, Huntsman®’s presenter during the ISSA-UK event added: “Really the people that deserve credit for this award are the development team at Huntsman®, they are responsible for turning the innovative ideas and designs we have into the end product that’s been successful today.

“The business value of being able to detect cyber threats more quickly, understand them and then automatically respond is pretty clear.”

This award adds to the recognition and acclaim the Huntsman Security portfolio has received, including being included in the Forrester Research Vendor Landscape and Wave™ for Security Analytics solutions and being shortlisted finalist in several awards including the National Technology Awards, UK IT Industry Awards and Cyber Security Awards.

Information on Huntsman Solutions can be found at: www.huntsmansecurity.com.

Try our free 5 Step Cyber Security benchmark tool as a first step —> http://smixly.com/awyvuP

 

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About Huntsman Security:

Huntsman Security – founded in Sydney, Australia – is a cyber security specialist focused on real-time security analytics and threat detection, automated verification and resolution.

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Press Release: Huntsman awarded place in G-Cloud 9 Digital Market Place

HUNTSMAN SECURITY PROTECTIVE MONITORING AND SECURITY ANALYTICS AWARDED PLACE IN G-CLOUD 9 DIGITAL MARKET PLACE

 

LONDON, UK – May 24, 2017 – Huntsman® once again won a place in the primary UK government digital marketplace for IT products and services with its security Protective Monitoring Solution offering through the G-Cloud 9 framework.  The solution features include log and activity monitoring, compliance reporting and the ability to leverage advanced analytics and threat detection.

Huntsman®’s solution for public sector customers is aligned to past compliance standards and current guidance, including the former GPG13 guide and the more recent NCSC updated guidance on security operations and monitoring at https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/topics/monitoring.

The solution is deployed as a virtual appliance on customer’s own on-premise or cloud environment and provides robust and comprehensive protective monitoring capabilities under their full operational control that includes cloud-based and local systems as well as network, platform and application logs.

Being available through the digital marketplace means that departments and agencies can purchase the technology and deploy it quickly through pre-approved commercial arrangements.

Huntsman® was the first software solution within the digital marketplace and has continued to offer self-managed, on-premise deployment and protective monitoring of both cloud and local systems since.

Full details are at: https://www.digitalmarketplace.service.gov.uk/g-cloud/services/719705209626868

Mairead Keaney, Head of EMEA for Huntsman Security, said: “Offering solutions to public sector customers through the digital marketplace means they can get easy access to leading-edge security analytics and compliance monitoring technology that is flexible to procure, deploy and operate.  It gives peace of mind and full visibility of security event activity across cloud and on-premise systems”.

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About Huntsman Security: 

Huntsman Security – whose parent Tier-3 was founded in Sydney, Australia – is a cyber security specialist focused on real-time security analytics and automation to provide threat detection, verification and resolution.  Deployed in mission-critical security environments, national intelligence, border protection, banking and infrastructure globally, Huntsman offers defence-grade cyber security that proactively detects indicators of compromise and allows companies to quickly resolve issues. Huntsman® is deployed in complex, diverse environments across the world, and has offices in the US, Australia, the UK and Japan.

 

About G-Cloud 9 / Digital marketplace

The Digital Marketplace is the online platform that all public sector organisations can use to find and buy cloud-based services.  Public sector organisations, including agencies and arm’s length bodies, can use the Digital Marketplace to find people and technology for digital projects, including:

  • Cloud services (for example content delivery networks or accounting software) through the G-Cloud framework
  • Digital outcomes, digital specialists and user research services through the Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/the-g-cloud-framework-on-the-digital-marketplace

 

UK Media Contact:

Dominic Walsh

media@huntsmansecurity.com

+44 (0) 20 7436 0420

www.huntsmansecurity.com

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