Bricata

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Bricata is a network cybersecurity solution supplier helping organizations harness the power of complete network visibility to detect, hunt and prevent threats with the only commercialized Open Source and partner developed malware conviction engine.  A specialized component-based approach to today's advanced, persistent and coordinated attacks leaves organizations with a stack of tools to manage, lack of visibility across the network and inconsistent security policies.  Bricata's ​platform for federating security technology and console provides organizations with process automation, streamlining operations with the most effective, affordable solution for situational awareness and proactive threat defense, reducing complexity, dwell time and time to containment.

 

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Bricata incorporates integrations with industry-leading vendors for seamless ingestion of sensor data, inspection of files traversing the monitored network segment and inclusion of threat intelligence data that helps reduce/eliminate false positives, provide richer context into attacker activities and reduce the time to resolution so breaches are not impactful to the organization

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