We’re proud to have been selected as a SINET 16 Innovator for 2016. Each year, SINET evaluates the technologies of hundreds of emerging cybersecurity companies from all over the world, and selects the 16 most innovative and compelling companies.
Past SINET 16 Innovators have included industry leaders such as Crowdstrike and Cylance. The Security Innovation Network (SINET) is sponsored by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Kauffman Foundation of Entrepreneurship, and the US Department of Defense.
CyberX enables organizations to detect and respond faster to unusual and unauthorized activities in their ICS infrastructures. Our industrial security platform combines continuous monitoring and non-invasive vulnerability assessments with advanced analytics, deep network forensics, and proprietary threat intelligence.
Omer Schneider, CyberX’s Founder and CEO, will be speaking about our next-generation approach on the SINET 16 Innovator Panel, which is being held at the National Press Club in Washington, DC on Wednesday, November 2.
The panel will be introduced by Dr. Douglas Maughan, Director of DHS’s Cyber Security Division (CSD) for the Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency. Other noteworthy participants in the SINET Showcase conference include Marcus Sachs, CSO for the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC); Francois Lavaste, CEO of Airbus Defense and Space (DS) Cybersecurity; Charles Nelson of the US Cyber Command; and Chris Painter, Coordinator of Cyber Issues for the US State Department.
CyberX leads a new era in network behavioral analytics with our Industrial Finite State Machine (IFSM) technology, which detects anomalies by analyzing the unique DNA of all M2M communications in ICS networks (using machine learning). Our technology is rapidly deployed with zero impact on operations due to its out-of-band, high-fidelity packet capture; SIEM integration; and support for all major industrial protocols.
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