Paladion, a global leader in cyber defense solutions just announced their fully integrated AI-Driven Managed Detection and Response (MDR) Services at the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2018.
The AI offered by Paladion supports security experts for faster, more accurate, and more effective threat anticipation, security analytics, and response actions. The new-generation high-speed cyber defense powered by Paladion’s AI.saac platform lets human security experts defend against the increasing volume and diversity of cyber threats.
Paladion CEO Rajat Mohanty talked about the importance of cybersecurity saying: “We now live in a world where data breaches are inevitable. The role of cyber defense is to prevent where possible, but otherwise to detect, contain, and recover as fast as possible and with as little damage as possible. AI and human experts working together are the solutions.”
According to Mohanty, the Paladion system is unlike the traditional SIEM-based security monitoring which doesn’t analyze big data or detects complex attacks. “Paladion’s industry-leading response has been to evolve beyond SIEM and build a truly comprehensive MDR service powered by our next-generation AI platform—AI.saac,” he said.
Paladion’s AI.saac offers the first fully integrated platform to support “left-of-hack-to-right-of-hack” cyber defense services. Services of threat anticipation, threat hunting, and security monitoring (before possible compromise or “left-of-hack”) are all enhanced. The AI.saac platform delivers high-speed detection by deploying comprehensive techniques that include supervised, unsupervised, and deep learning, as well as natural language processing (NLP).
“Paladion’s MDR services use the best of both worlds – AI and human expertise – to first anticipate, hunt for, and prevent attacks from breaching customer systems. From there, if a security incident still occurs, Paladion quickly analyzes levels of threat impact and priorities for customers, rapidly responds to attacks affecting customers, and recovers customer systems from the breach— before business suffers,” added Mohanty.
For more information, read here.