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Aella Data came out of stealth mode just before this year's RSA Conference. The company's product, Starlight, is billed as a virtual security analyst able to perform a breach detection across massive networks. This week, the company added multi-tenancy to the product in Starlight 2.0
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.
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.
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.
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