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Stellar Cyber’s Aimei Wei Named One Of The Top 100 Women In Cybersecurity For 2020
During Black Hat USA 2020, Stellar Cyber Founder Aimei Wei Named a Top 100 Winner in this Prestigious Awards Category Exclusively for Women in Cybersecurity. Stellar Cyber, the only cohesive security AI/ML platform that delivers maximum protection today announced that its Founder and SVP Engineering Aimei Wei has been named a Top 100 Women in Cybersecurity for 2020 by Cyber Defense Magazine, the leading cybersecurity publication in the industry.
Can Machine Learning For Enterprise Security Advance Like Voice Recognition?
Albert Zhichun Li, Ph.D., is Chief Security Scientist at Stellar Cyber. He has over 15 years of experience in cybersecurity research. Not long ago, the state of voice recognition was quite primitive, and interacting with it was painful. Call management systems using voice recognition were fraught with errors, making it difficult to navigate to a desired destination or produce the correct result. But that was then, and this is now. Voice recognition has come a long way. It's now generally effortless and even enjoyable to ask things of Alexa, Siri or Google Assistant, and call systems work reasonably well. No one can deny the progress made in voice recognition.
Opportunities for women in the cybersecurity.
Opportunities for women in the cybersecurity.
Why CEOs Are Getting Hacked, And What To About It
It’s neither data-driven nor AI-driven cybersecurity, which you might have heard before — it’s both and more, much more. It is correlation-driven cybersecurity. It is about correlations of many detections, from very basic like NGFW to very advanced like AI-based EDR, from various data sources in a single cohesive platform. We hear about many security challenges from prospects, customers and partners — why? Because it is part of what humans do — share pain! As you may or may not know, attackers have access to the same tools as we all do. They have access to both Big Data and AI technologies for more advanced attacks.
Intellectual Property Breaches Illustrate New Generation Of Security Threats
Albert Zhichun Li, Ph.D., is Chief Security Scientist at Stellar Cyber. He has over 15 years of experience in cybersecurity research. For many companies, a data breach has become almost a way of life and business as usual. Damages — from customer loyalty and reputation to financial penalties and damage to infrastructure — while sizable, seemingly have not significantly impaired the largest enterprises.
Why There Are Silos And Gaps In SOCs… And What To Do About It
The experts at Stellar Cyber asked their co-founder and CEO Changming Liu 7 questions about the cutting edge Open XDR Security Platform, which has gained a lot of industry attention and users.
Building A Cybersecurity Company And Lessons Learned From Being A Mom
Aimei Wei is a woman who loves to solve problems. That’s one reason she’s passionate about her role in cybersecurity. “Solving cybersecurity problems is challenging, but it’s also a fascinating industry and career,” said Wei, founder and VP of Engineering at Stellar Cyber, a provider of security solutions, software and analysis tools. “It’s like you are a detective.”
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CyFlare deploys the Stellar Cyber platform as the core of its SOC service
Stellar Cyber announced that CyFlare has deployed the Stellar Cyber platform as the core of its Security Operations Center (SOC) service.While many MSSPs cobble together complete solutions from a dozen or more different products and then have trouble correlating detections to stop complex attacks, Stellar Cyber’s platform is a complete solution with more than 20 natively-supported applications that present detections in an intuitive dashboard.
MSSP CyFlare Partners with Stellar Cyber, Deploys SOCaaS
CyFlare, a Top 200 MSSP, has unveiled a security operations center-as-a-service (SOCaaS) offering powered by the Stellar Cyber Open-XDR cybersecurity platform, according to a prepared statement. The news comes after Stellar Cyber raised $7.1 million in an expanded Series A financing round earlier this year.
The Silicon Review
Defend your enterprise from cyber threat and mitigate risks: Stellar Cyber
“Application-based, intelligent and open platform, Starlight is the first automated detection and response Open-XDR security platform.”
The Silicon Review
5 Best Security Companies to watch 2020
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Stellar Cyber adds cloud detection and response to its XDR offering
Stellar Cyber, a provider of threat detection and response technology spanning multiple domains of enterprise infrastructure, has launched a capability for cloud environments to complement the endpoint and network dimensions already addressed by its Starlight platform. It calls it cloud detection and response (CDR), a term Omdia has championed for a while.XDR covers endpoint, network, and cloud The vendor refers to Starlight as an Open-XDR platform, adopting the parlance that Omdia coined in 2018, referring to a spectrum of detection and response technologies for endpoint (EDR), network (NDR), and other areas, eventually including cloud. NDR is sometimes referred to as network traffic analysis (NTA), but Omdia sees the latter as a subset of NDR, in that traffic analysis is necessary to detect threats, but NDR adds the critically important response capability that enables organizations to also mitigate threats. NTA was developed earlier for the purpose of network performance monitoring rather than as a security function. Indeed, a number of NTA vendors, such as Gigamon, Netscout, and ExtraHop, have expanded into NDR in recent years, to align with the direction of the security market and expand their target audience from network operations to security teams.
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Stellar Cyber Debuts Cloud Detection & Response App
Security provider Stellar Cyber, with the first Open-XDR security platform, announced today that it has released its Cloud Detection & Response (CDR) App, the latest addition to the native-supported family of applications on its platform. The CDR App secures SaaS apps and protects public cloud infrastructure with automated attack detection, both manual and automated threat hunting, pre-built compliance reports, manual and automated response and many other features.
Moving From Passive To Aggressive In Stopping Network Attackers
One of the unfortunate realities of network security is that it is largely reactive. To be fair, organizations are adept at testing and ensuring that the known holes or vulnerabilities are shored up and systems and devices are kept current and optimized to prevent against a successful attack.
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10 Most Influential Companies of the Year 2020
Stellar Cyber - Changming Liu, CEO. Stellar Cyber is the key definitive cyber security guide to help deal with the never-ending, always-looming cyber threats in the digitized world. The Starlight platform from the company rounds up all the different datasets and brings all the cyber security analysis into one mighty management console.
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Stellar Cyber: Implementing Pervasive Security from Complex Cyberattacks
Online threats are diverse, and while searching for a target, they don’t discriminate between organizations and individuals. Cyber threats range from network infiltrations and data breaches through spear-phishing and brute force. Cybersecurity is the implementation of technology, processes, and controls to protect the systems, networks, services, devices, and data from cyberattacks. It aims at reducing the risk of cyberattacks and protecting against the unauthorized systems, networks, and technology exploitation.
The Silicon Review
The Only Comprehensive Security Platform: Stellar Cyber Provides Maximum Protection of Applications and Data Wherever They Reside
In recent times, the organizations are digital by default, and it is becoming difficult for them to map their digital surrounding. The technology infrastructure of every organization is custom-made, and it is complicated. There is no reward without risk. Digital businesses make use of connected devices, new technologies, and operating platforms. They also embrace new ways of working, building large data storage, and so on.
Large Organizations Are Not Immune To Ransomware Attacks
In the past, this malware gained entry using different techniques: exploit kits via drive-by downloads, remote desktop connections (RDP) with weak passwords, email impersonation, and email spam. In the majority of cases where the phishing email is being delivered, the user is clicking on the link, then they give the macro authorization to run, and ultimately get the malicious file installed. Once installed, the Maze ransomware begins to encrypt critical data on the infected machine. While the encryption process is running, the ransomware also ex-filtrates the data to a server on the internet. When both of those processes are complete, the user is presented with a ransom demand and a method to recover their encrypted data.
Why Threat Hunting with XDR Matters
Extended detection response technology assumes a breach across all your endpoints, networks, SaaS applications, cloud infrastructure, and any network-addressable resource.
Venture Capital Journal
Stella Cyber locks in Series A
Silicon Valley-based Stellar Cyber, a security provider, has raised $7.1 million in additional funding, bringing its total Series A tally to $21.8 million.
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Stellar Cyber’s new Entity Behavior Analytics app delivers unified view of all assets and their risk levels
Security provider Stellar Cyber, with the first Open-XDR security platform, announced the latest addition to its Starlight platform’s built-in App Store, a new Entity Behavior Analytics app.
Why Security Platforms Took Center Stage at RSA 2020
The world’s largest security conference, RSA, came and went earlier this month at its normal home in the Moscone Center in San Francisco. There was some speculation the show might be canceled due to Verizon, AT&T and IBM pulling out, but the show went on with more than 40,000 people, myself included, coming to learn what’s new in the world of cyber security.
Ransomware’s Dark Future
With each new year comes the inevitable flood of articles touting predictions. In the case of ransomware, predictions started to show up by mid-2019. The consensus? Ransomware is going to get worse. Most see ransomware attacks becoming more prevalent and damaging. More entities will be hit more frequently. There are many points to support such theories.