From $16B to $160B: The 100X data future beyond SalesForce/Tableau and Google/Looker

Posted by Leo Meyerovich on Jun 10, 2019

 

It feels likes eye-popping times for those deep into building the future of visual data experiences. With Looker exiting (-> Google for $3B), Tableau exiting (->SalesForce for $16B), and less public, Periscope & ZoomData exiting, the Graphistry team is experiencing good feelings and key reflections. One of them is... the $16B exits are just a prelude to the next $160B in opportunities.

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Topics: Exploration, GPU, Visualization, Graph, human-in-the-loop, automation, orchestration

Building for the Human Half of Security Orchestration & AI

Posted by Graphistry Team on Jun 29, 2018

Learning to Whitebox the SOC-in-a-Box

Even as organizations automate their security operations with orchestration and AI, some of the most important parts of security investigations continue to depend on human analysis and talent. These critical moments in the investigation remain frustratingly slow, and need categorically different technologies that are optimized for human-in-the-loop analysis.

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Topics: Visualization, Incident response, human-in-the-loop, automation, orchestration

Security in the Age of Maybe

Posted by Graphistry Team on May 14, 2018

Security is in the midst of a transformation that is putting extreme pressure on security analysts and hunt teams. One shift that is causing teams a lot of pain in their daily work is that as threats have gotten more sophisticated, security products have gotten much less sure of themselves. Security products increasingly detect the “anomalous” and report threats on a sliding scale of confidence. Not only must staff deal with advanced threats, but they must spend an increasing amount of time navigating the grey areas and ambiguities of modern threat detections to determine and deliver the right actions.

Welcome to the  Age of Maybe, where it is critical that we arm analysts for dealing with the indicators that are diverse, widespread...and uncertain.

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Topics: Incident response, human-in-the-loop, automation