SAN MATEO, Calif., May 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Niddel, the Autonomous Threat Hunting company, announced today that it has been recognized in the Cool Vendors in Security Threat Intelligence, 2016 report by Gartner, Inc. Niddel Magnet augments its customers SOCs and Incident Response practices, providing them with an autonomous threat hunting capability at scale. This same capability would require a small army of trained security analysts to be implemented without Magnet.
"Niddel has developed an Autonomous Threat Hunting System that detects potentially infected machines in computer networks with very high accuracy, at scale and with no human intervention," said Felipe Boucas, CEO of Niddel. "We believe being listed in the Cool Vendors in Security Threat Intelligence, 2016 report by Gartner validates our market vision and the innovative aspects of our technology."
Niddel's Hunting system is applicable to an organization of any size, and customers using Niddel Magnet to protect their network have experienced the following benefits:
- Immediate ROI from reducing false positives and finding unknown malware activity without signatures or any customer-developed rules or content;
- Easy and rapid deployment by harvesting already generated and available customer data from SIEMs or network devices, with no new agents or appliances to install, no long-winded "baselining" or "training" periods;
- Unlimited scalability to hundreds of GBs of data per day and hundreds of thousands of internal endpoints;
- Threat hunting is performed autonomously on all the log data, not just a small sample;
Niddel Magnet results can be easily integrated into existing incident workflows and tools using its REST API, which allows customers complete control over its incident response process.
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Niddel provides the industry's first Autonomous Threat Hunting System by mimicking extremely talented security analysts performing their daily tasks. Organizations use Niddel Magnet to rapidly detect unknown malware activity with accuracy and at scale. Niddel's executive team are experienced security professionals, and the company is proudly bootstrapped, with no outside capital investments. For more information, visit http://www.niddel.com and follow @NiddelCorp on Twitter.
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