About CyberFlow Analytics
CyberFlow Analytics has developed a disruptive approach to address securing the Industrial Internet of Things and Enterprise IT that uses a combination of Binocular Fusion Analytics, Threat Intelligence and Advanced Visualization. Current security solutions have allowed 90% of organizations to be compromised with a growth of 700% in malware attacks. Our solutions fill the gap left by traditional perimeter based security solutions with a focus on data analysis. Enterprise IT is not prepared to secure IoT devices being attached to the network and need a new platform with a foundation in predictive real-time analytics. CyberFlow is changing the way hackers and rogue mobile users (BYOD) are identified and how organizations protect themselves against Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs).
Founded by Dr. Hossein Eslambolchi and Tom Caldwell, CyberFlow Analytics is a San Diego-based startup with offices in San Diego and Silicon Valley. Steve Nye recently joined the company as President and CEO to lead the next level of corporate growth. Dr. William Wright leads the design and development of our innovative Binocular Fusion Analytics.
CyberFlow Analytics FlowScape™ is a Network Behavioral Analytics (NBA) for real-time anomaly detection at scale for securing Enterprise IT and the Internet of Things using Adversarial Analytics, Threat Intelligence and Advanced Visualization.
The FlowScape system is offered under a SaaS software subscription license. Initial systems include the FlowScape backend analytics system and one FlowScape sensor. Customers can purchase additional FlowScape sensor licenses to expand their monitoring footprint. Special site licenses are available for large enterprise deployments and discount programs are available for smart cities and universities. CyberFlow only sells software licenses, all hardware and virtualized infrastructure is provided by the customer or our channel partners.
The FlowScape software can be deployed with OVA files in your on-premise or private cloud VMware infrastructure. It can also be deployed in Amazon AWS in your public cloud infrastructure. FlowScape sensors connect to TAP/SPAN ports and can be installed as a virtual appliance or on bare metal. All FlowScape versions run on VMware Virtual Machines (VMs) and Docker Containers. The system is horizontally scalable and can be sized to monitor the egress poi