Live Demo Shows How Cloudwick OSAS works with Brocade Data Center Fabrics, Intel and Cloudera Big Data and Machine Learning to identify and protect against Insider and Unknown Cyber Attacks
WASHINGTON D.C. — Federal Forum — June 14, 2016 – Cloudwick, the leading provider of open source, cloud and advanced analytics for the modern enterprise, will be demonstrating Open Source Adaptive Security (OSAS) with partner, Brocade, at the Federal Forum today in the Brocade Technology Pavilion.
Cloudwick OSAS, built using Cloudera and Intel open source software, gives security professionals the ability to read 100% of a network’s telemetry data to detect, identify and respond to unknown, lateral and insider attacks using advanced analytics and machine learning at scale. Using OSAS, a security professional can now analyze billions of events per day, providing complete threat visibility to detect and act on lateral and internal attacks that have evaded firewalls and signature based security solutions.
“We’re excited to be working with Brocade, Intel and Cloudera to integrate the Brocade Fabrics with Cloudwick’s OSAS cyber security solution,” said Mani Chhabra, CEO at Cloudwick. “Leveraging the metadata within Brocade’s Data Center Fabrics, OSAS can identify hard to detect lateral, insider and unknown threats quickly and at scale, providing a new class of cyber security at open source and big data volume, velocity and cost efficiency.”
OSAS is built on Cloudwick’s ONI supported cyber security software and is optimized for Cloudera CDH on-premise and cloud. Cloudwick offers OSAS training, software support, professional and managed services to government agencies, enterprises and service providers.
Cloudwick is offered as a data center and cloud cyber security solution. For more information visit Cloudwick OSAS.
Cloudwick is the leading provider of open source, cloud and advanced analytics for the modern enterprise, enabling global companies like 3M, Bank of America, Comcast, Home Depot, Intuit, JP Morgan, NetApp, Target, Visa, and Walmart to enter new markets, create new revenue and lower capex and opex. For more information, visit www.cloudwick.com.