STERLING, Va., June 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- AlphaSix Corporation, a Public Sector products, services and solutions provider focused on Big Data and Cybersecurity, announces the issue by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office of a patent* for its proprietary anomaly detection engine, Qato™. To deal with the daunting amount of data being generated on today's networks, the Qato engine analyzes this data and allows clients to detect and visualize anomalies not seen in real time, then take action. Qato applications include, but are not limited to, Cybersecurity, Fraud Detection, Pharmaceutical Compliance, and Financial Services.
Stephen Moore, AlphaSix Corporation Vice President of Engineering, developed the algorithm to help analysts more efficiently focus attention when working with overwhelming amounts of data. These anomalies can pinpoint behavior in a variety of uses cases such as drug diversion, cyber hacking schemes, insider threat, and fraud detection. AlphaSix Corporation leverages this technology to support a diverse range of Federal clients, including DOJ, HHS, and Treasury.
About AlphaSix Corporation- AlphaSix Corporation delivers IT products, services, and solutions to the Public Sector. We help clients solve complex Big Data and Cyber challenges through our expertise in end-to-end design, installation, maintenance, support, and enhancement of IT environments. Our consultants enable your organization to capture the relevant analytics needed to solve today's intricate IT problems. For more information: www.alphasixcorp.com
*U.S. Patent No. 9,866,578: SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR NETWORK INTRUSION DETECTION ANOMALY RISK SCORING
Michele Riche Eshleman
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