Data visualization to make the world safer
To defend a country, organization or person, you must first understand threats.
It’s the difficult job of a security analyst to interpret threat information from signals intelligence (SIGINT), open-source intelligence (OSINT), classified databases, and anywhere else, and communicate it to stakeholders at all levels.
That data is big, complex and constantly evolving.
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Provide situational awareness: Security Operations Centers (SOCs)
When big events unfold, security teams rely on Security Operations Centers to make sense of what’s happening and to coordinate an appropriate response.
These central hubs provide real-time situational awareness, covering everything that’s happening. Dashboard views that can be quickly interpreted by anyone present.
Interactive and intuitive link analysis and timeline visualizations are a key part of that view.
Timeline visualization makes it easy to look back and understand the consequences of specific events or watch the events as they happen for better real-time decisions.
Node-link analysis can be applied to any kind of connected data, from monitoring IT networks, cyber attacks, communications or relationships between people.
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