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  • CSO- By Peter Sayer, IDG News Service - Paris bureau chief, CSO

    The RSA Conference has become a key venue for cybersecurity vendors to announce new products. Here are a few of the most interesting new tools being shown there. Starlight Key features: Aella Data reckons its Starlight pervasive breach detection system can detect a breach within minutes, rather than days.

  • https://www.msspalert.com

    Aella Data, which provides artificial intelligence-based cybersecurity solutions for MSSPs and VARs, has introduced the Starlight pervasive breach detection system (PBDS). Starlight unifies collected data and conducts advanced analysis across network infrastructure, according to a prepared statement. It uses advanced machine learning to provide high-fidelity alerts and integrates with existing perimeter defense, security information and event management (SIEM) and traditional cybersecurity solutions.

  • https://www.sdxcentral.com

    Aella Data, a security company founded by former Juniper Networks, Fortinet, Barracuda, and Aerohive executives, exited stealth mode with its artificial intelligence-based breach detection platform Starlight. The AI startup will officially launch at RSA Conference later this month. It competes against other cybersecurity startups using AI and machine-learning to automate threat detection and response such as Darktrace, Vectra Networks, ProtectWise, StackRox, and Jask.

  • MSSP Alert

    Each morning MSSP Alert broadcasts a quick lineup of news, analysis and chatter from across the global managed security services provider, SOC (security operations center) and IT outsourcing ecosystem. Today's MSSP & cybersecurity news involves Aella Data

  • Channel Partners

    A new cybersecurity startup founded by execs formerly with Juniper Networks, Fortinet, Barracuda Networks, Cisco and more, has exited stealth mode with the launch of a partner program and a new artificial-intelligence (AI)-driven pervasive breach detection system (PBDS). Aella Data is backed by NetScreen co-founder Feng Deng and his venture firm, Northern Light Venture Capital, as well as various security industry veterans and investors. Its Starlight PBDS unifies collected data and conducts advanced analysis to deliver alerts designed to reduce detection time from months to minutes, and alerting volume from thousands to only a few.