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Stellar Cyber Provides Maximum Protection Of Applications And Data Wherever They Reside
Stellar Cyber makes Starlight, the first open detection/response (Open-XDR) cybersecurity platform, connecting dots across security infrastructure and automatically responding to attacks wherever they occur.
Stellar Cyber Leverages App Store Thinking With New Threat-Hunting App Library
Security provider Stellar Cyber, with the first Open-XDR security platform, today announced its new Threat-Hunting App Library, which eliminates an analyst's need to use custom queries in order to search for cyber threats or create custom widgets and dashboards to make sense of the data under investigation.
A brief history of machine learning in cybersecurity
As the volume of cyberattacks grows, security analysts have become overwhelmed. To address this issue, developers are showing more interest in using Machine Learning (ML) to automate threat-hunting. In fact, researchers have tried to implement ML in cybersecurity solutions since the late 1980s, but progress has been slow. Today, ML is showing increasing promise with the advent of Big Data because the quality of information from which ML can learn is improving. However, there is much more to be done.
Help Net Security
Stellar Cyber adds a new “Data Streaming” Application to its Starlight platform
Security provider Stellar Cyber, with the first Open-XDR security application platform, announced that it has added a new “Data Streaming” Application to its Starlight platform.
User Friendly 2.0
Black Hat 2019 – User Friendly
Join us for Stellar Cyber coverage starting at 17:45 seconds, recorded live from the floor of Black Hat 2019 in Las Vegas. This annual cyber security conference covers the aspects of information security. We feature interviews from DHS to the actual hackers themselves. William SIkkens, Jeremy and Gretchen Winkler, Chaz Wellington
Splunk Killers Unite, but Will These Next-Gen SIEMs Win?
There’s a new brand of security information and event management (SIEM) startups that are making moves — and gunning for incumbents including Splunk and IBM. Three in particular, Exabeam, Chronicle, and Stellar Cyber, announced significant deals and product news this past week aimed at displacing the old guard and pulling a bigger piece of the lucrative $124 billion market.
Stellar Cyber launches Starlight 3.1 for AI threat detection
Stellar Cyber, a security analytics vendor, launched Starlight 3.1 as its first unified security analytics platform, using AI and machine learning to detect and thwart attacks.
Automation: Moving Security from Human to Machine Speed, and All its Implications
Shifting Security from Human to Machine Speed The process of automation to move security from human to machine speed is the next frontier in cybersecurity. “Skills shortages, technical complexity and the threat landscape will continue to drive the move to automation and outsourcing,” marketing research firm Gartner says.
Artificial Intelligence & the Security Market
Starlight is intended to augment the expertise and activity of human security staff, Senzing Software "hunts for bad guys" in ways that are essentially impossible for humans to duplicate.
Info Security Magazine
A New Approach to Data Breach Prevention: Early and Pervasive Breach Detection
A solution that not only has network data but server data, user data, and application data will be better prepared to find breach events because the dataset is more complete.
AI compensates for the shortage of security personnel Reduce load by scrutinizing mass alerts-Jaze Communication
Jaz Communications has begun to use Starlight, a security solution developed by Silicon Valley based CEO Stella Cyber (Chanmin Liu). The solution uses AI technology to detect network anomalies and security breaches.
The Cybersecurity Talent Gap = an Industry Crisis
A war is raging for cybersecurity talent. Both the government and the private sector are scrambling for talent. Thousands of information-security jobs are going unfilled as the industry in the U.S. struggles with a shortage of properly trained professionals. By one estimate, there will be 3.5 million unfilled cybersecurity jobs by 2021. Author: Dave Barton is Chief Information Security Officer, Stellar Cyber.
The Silicon Valley Insider Show
Stellar Cyber with John Peterson, Chief Product Officer
On this episode of Silicon Valley Insider host Keith Koo has special guest John Peterson, Chief Product Officer of Stellar Cyber (stellarcyber.ai) an innovative cyber security company using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to empower SMBs (small and medium sized businesses) to gain access to the same types of advanced security tools that Fortune 500 companies do. John discusses how the founders of Stellar Cyber (formerly named Aella Della) got their start and how their security platform provides a unique approach via their customers' MSSPs (managed security service providers) and their SOCs (security operation centers). John discusses the struggle of any company to managed all of the cyber security tools they use due to resource and budget constraints.
John Peterson talks future of cybersecurity at businesses
CGTN's Mark Niu spoke to John Peterson, chief product officer at Aella Data, about the growing market of information security.