UEBA Firm Jazz Networks Launches Cybersecurity Intelligence Platform
Jazz Networks, a user entity and behavior analytics (UEBA) and data loss prevention (DLP) software provider, has launched a machine learning-based cybersecurity intelligence platform.
The Jazz Platform enables organizations to access millions of contextual pieces of data, according to the firm. By doing so, the platform helps organizations speed up threat response, remediation and resolution.
What Does the Jazz Platform Offer?
The Jazz Platform is a cybersecurity threat analytics platform that provides process-, application- and container-level visibility, the company stated. It allows organizations to see activities as they happen across their networks and offers the following security capabilities:
- Data Center Segmentation: Provides segmentation policies that allow an organization to maintain granular access control over its data center resources.
- Threat Hunting: Allows an organization to search events across its servers and computers to speed up threat detection.
- UEBA: Uses machine learning to help an organization analyze employee actions and discover threats.
In addition, the Jazz Platform offers machine learning-assisted alerts and instant actions, the company said. It also provides organizations with access to a dedicated analyst service to monitor and report on findings.
The Jazz Platform is generally available. Furthermore, Jazz Networks is working with eight partners to extend the product’s reach, the company stated.
What Is Jazz Networks?
Jazz Networks was founded in 2016 and uses UEBA to safeguard organizations against both internal and external cyber threats. The company helps organizations monitor external and internal network connections and react to events in real-time.
Organizations also can use the Jazz Agent to monitor their networks, the company stated. The Jazz Agent enables organizations to analyze event information before it is encrypted.
What Does the Future Hold for Jazz Networks?
With the Jazz Platform, Jazz Networks could capitalize on the rising demand for artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning cybersecurity solutions.
The global AI cybersecurity solutions market is projected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 34.5 percent between 2018 and 2023, according to industry analyst Research and Markets. This sector also could be worth approximately $18.2 billion by 2023.