How Securonix leverages behavioural analytics technology

We take a look at how Securonix is preparing customers to fight against advanced cyber security risks

Founded in 2007, Securonix delivers a security analytics and operations management platform for the modern era of big data and advanced cyber threats.

Built on an open big data platform, Securonix Next-Gen SIEM provides scalability and log management, behaviour analytics-based advanced threat detection, and automated incident response on a single platform. Customers use it to address their insider threat, cyber threat, cloud security, and application security monitoring requirements.

Securonix UEBA leverages machine learning (ML) and behaviour analytics to analyse and correlate interactions between users, systems, applications, IP addresses, and data. Built-in automated response playbooks and customisable case management workflows allow security teams to respond to threats quickly and accurately.

Using ML and AI to add additional security 

Mphasis, an IT solutions provider specialising in cloud and cognitive services, recently announced a strategic partnership with Securonix. 

The partnership will provide enterprises with an additional layer of security by harnessing the power of ML and AI for accurate data-driven analytics. The combination of Intelligence, AI/ML, behaviour analytics and automation will prepare the customers against advanced cyber security risks with an agile and scalable approach to effectively detect and respond to the evolving cyber threats and volume of risks.

David Wagner, Vice President, Global MSSPs & Systems Integrators, Securonix, said, "Cyber-threat protection has become a core priority for all businesses. As enterprises move to cloud, they look for dynamic, flexible, and predictive security tools on a single platform. With Mphasis, we aim to capitalise our capabilities to combat the ever-increasing ransomware and phishing threats targeting key infrastructure and large businesses. The partnership brings in limitless scalability and cost-effectiveness for customers of any size, volume, and speed. We look forward to bringing new solutions to market that safeguard and protect today's complex environments with a robust and agile framework."

Increasing security to secure the cloud 

With increasing migrations to multi-cloud environments, organisations are in need for adequate cyber security measures to safeguard their business. 

The partnership with Securonix offers the ability to preempt such cyber-attacks, by leveraging the capabilities of Adversary Behaviour Analytics (ABA). 

"The focus at Mphasis is to ensure that our clients are provided with a broad, well-rounded cyber-security ecosystem, for both threat detection and resolution. With a strong strategic partnership with Securonix, we further strengthen our commitment to enabling scalable and sustainable technology solutions. The collaboration accentuates the need for real-time analytics and a world-class detection and incident response platform in the industry. The solution is ready to support the Multi cloud architectures of our client and change the way they respond to Cybersecurity threats. It is a testimony to our relentless efforts towards enabling our customers to always stay ahead in the changing environment with a robust and seamless threat resolution approach," said Eric G. Winston, Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, Mphasis.


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