Author: Rodolfo Melgoza

15 Mar Fortscale Releases Version 3.0 Bringing Proactive Threat Hunting and Data Loss Protection Support to User and Entity Behavior Analytics

Fortscale 3.0 Enhances the Company’s Award-Winning Behavior Analytics with new use cases, intelligent attack monitoring and detection, and a quicker time to value. In today’s blog post, I’m thrilled to announce the release of Fortscale 3.0.  This new release builds on Fortscales’s award-winning big data analytics and machine-learning UEBA platform, further enhancing the product’s ability to detect and mitigate insider threats....

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08 Mar Improved Cybersecurity through Collaboration

Many believe that it is only through better global collaboration that we will be able to win the war against cybercrime. Technology evolves at a break-neck speed. Perhaps nothing else in the world changes so often or so rapidly. Cybersecurity is no exception, but despite rapid development of countless security technologies each year, security seems to always be behind the...

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06 Feb Machines Gives Cybersecurity a Big Boost

Machines Gives Cybersecurity a Big Boost Machine learning will no doubt continue its rapid evolution, but it’s already given us a number of very important improvements in cybersecurity. Machine Learning has made tremendous advancements during the last few years. It has become an integral part of our lives. Online shopping has evolved to the point where nearly every site we visit will...

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20 Jan Fortscale 2016 Achievements

As we begin 2017, I can’t help but look back at the many Fortscale achievements during the preceding twelve months. 2016 was a terrific year for the company, with a lot of innovation and important milestones being met.   Although we saw the evolution of spine-chilling ransomware and mammoth data breaches like the one disclosed by Yahoo, Fortscale continues to respond with...

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20 Jan Cyber Security in 2017 – Predicting What Will Not Happen

In January of each year, the cyber security industry is inundated with predictions about what the new year will bring. New forms of malware, anticipated major data breaches, security legislation, emerging technologies, and numerous other trends will all be discussed, debated, and pontificated. So just to be different, I’ve decided to generate a list of what will not happen in 2017....

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