Detect and respond to threats faster.

Data discovery.

Discover, secure, and govern sensitive and high-value data. Our solutions map data wherever it resides, making it easier to identify and protect your most sensitive data. 


Find and analyze all of your structured and unstructured data.

Control your data wherever it is with security that’s cloud-agnostic and multi-cloud.

Enable privacy and regulatory compliance to protect your brand and reputation and build customer trust.

Reduce false-positive threat alerts.

Leverage unsupervised machine learning to cut through alert noise at scale. Augment human intelligence with machine intelligence to identify anomalous behaviors and unknown threats. 


Machine learning enables monitoring and validation of threats based on observed behaviors and calculated risk.

AI enables rich data analytics to alert and/or automatically encrypt data derived from risk-based results.

Behavioral analytics analyze the runtime behavior of code in motion to identify security vulnerabilities and areas of risk. 

Efficient threat detection and response.

Accelerate effective threat detection and response in real time using automation and orchestration. Eliminate manual tasks to maximize efficiency. 


Layered analysis to detect real threats and automate effective responses. 

Intuitive interface to simplify the user experience. 

Leverage hybrid, third-party tools with a robust and open ecosystem.

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Responses to top questions related to becoming cyber resilient.

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Cyber Resilience: Building Intelligent (Business-Oriented) Threat Operations

Traditional Security Operations Centers have focused on protecting the business but have not had a clear goal to enable the business. To drive accelerated growth during times of adversities, the goal of the modern CISO is to pivot the cyber resiliency capability to support business growth, transformation, and overall enterprise resiliency. Intelligent (Business Oriented) Threat Operations is the next-generation evolution of the traditional Security Operations Center.

We’ll cover how SOCs need to evolve to support the business and how operations can be more business-centered to play a role in driving enterprise and cyber resiliency.

Craig Robinson
Program Director,
Security Services, IDC

Stan Wisseman
Cyber Security Strategy, NA
Micro Focus

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