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Adlumin Launches Seamless Turnkey Data Retention Service for Financial Institutions
Snapshot 365 simplifies and automates PCI-DSS-required data storage.
ARLINGTON, VA. (PRWEB) NOVEMBER 01, 2018
Adlumin has launched an automated service called Snapshot 365 that allows financial institutions to instantaneously comply with data storage requirements. Snapshot 365 answers the need of financial institutios to store their firewall, security, and IT log data for the full 12 months, to comply with PCI-DSS requirements as well as FDIC and NCUA regulations.
Financial institutions face an increasingly alarming security environment in which hackers are breaching consumer data, ransomware attacks, and horror stories abound of data theft by disgruntled or terminated employees.
“Given that the average dwell time for the detection of threats is in excess of 200 days, Snapshot 365 provides a truly revolutionary addition to Financial Sector security and SIEM solution’s” said Adlumin Co-Founder and CEO Robert Johnston. “Snapshot 365 is more than an answer to regulatory requirements, it is a vital piece of a financial institution’s data security arsenal.”
Snapshot 365 gives customers access to three months of “hot” searchable encrypted data and nine months of “warm” encrypted data, all analyzed using Adlumin’s serverless artificial intelligence architecture. Snapshot 365 safely and securely stores data to ensure it is available to the bank or credit union at a moment’s notice.
Snapshot 365 uses a combination of hot and warm storage to lower the overall cost of the service. Typically, institutions can purge the data after a successful audit report is completed, then rely on the audit report to address any compliance questions that arise. In an audit, this kind of consistency can be the difference between passing and failing.
“A lot of banks and credit unions view data storage as a complicated task that they often avoid doing it, despite the regulatory requirements,” said Johnston. “That puts them at extreme risk of fines — or worse — should a breach occur. Snapshot 365 inexpensively automates the data storage process. You turn it on and it just works. No more risk, no more worry, no more hassle.”
Adlumin Introduces New Integrations to its Market Leading Cloud-Native AI SIEM Platform
ARLINGTON, VA. (PRWEB) OCTOBER 24, 2018
Adlumin has raised the bar yet again in helping corporations secure sensitive data, by developing and introducing their first-ever cloud-native AI-powered security information and event management (SIEM) technology that is easy to integrate, easy to use, and very cost effective.
“In today’s threat environment, companies need more than just data. They must be able to track and search a variety of data points simultaneously and in real-time — which is simply not possible relying on human analysis,” explained Johnston. “That’s the beauty of our proprietary serverless SIEM. We combine the power of AI with the efficiency of the cloud to deliver unparalleled user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) through a single pane of glass.”
Adlumin’s cloud-native AI collects and indexes data feeds from a comprehensive array of sources — including network traffic, web servers, VPNs, firewalls, custom applications, application servers, hypervisors, GPS systems, and preexisting structured databases — then runs sophisticated analytics and machine learning to determine what is anomalous and what is malicious. Adlumin’s SIEM integrations increase the value and efficacy of platforms such as Cisco, Carbon Black, Palo Alto Networks and many others.
“Adlumin makes the power of SIEM technology accessible and affordable,” said Co-Founder and CEO Robert Johnston. “Our cloud data capabilities bring the most cost efficient SIEM to the marketplace, freeing companies to benefit from the technology without needing a Ph.D. on staff to operate it. Even a young college graduate can operate this, because we use AI to do the heavy lifting of comparing across data points.”
This technology is especially needed by medium-sized and enterprise businesses,, which today face a growing array of cyber threats yet often have budget constraints that limit their ability to protect themselves.
Adlumin was founded literally to “add light” to customers’ cyber security processes by helping them comply, detect, prioritize, and respond in real-time. Adlumin revolutionizes the way corporations secure sensitive data, by providing real-time visibility and analysis using machine learning and industry expertise from the world’s finest investigators and the U.S. intelligence community.
Robert Johnston on MSNBC with Hallie Jackson
Adlumin Selected as DCA Live 2018 Red Hot Cyber Company
(Left to Right) Tim Evans, Senior Vice President, Don McLamb, Director of Engineering, Rob Johnston, CEO
Next week DCA Live will recognize the most exciting cyber companies in the DC region. These companies are all growing and creating value and jobs in our local tech community. They are also solving important problems and need to be recognized. Join us at Eastern Foundry in Rosslyn, VA next Tuesday – February 27 – for food, drink, and great networking with leaders of the hottest cyber companies in town.
Founders: Robert Johnston and Timothy Evans
Year founded: 2016
Number of employees: 10
Cyber problem you are solving: Why do corporate breaches continue to succeed? Because attackers can steal legitimate credentials and use those credentials to attack your hybrid network undetected. Adlumin helps customers identify and remediate identity based vulnerabilities, before attackers can take advantage, and uses Data Science to monitor identity access to corporate resources to detect attacks in progress, all from a cost efficient cloud delivered solution that deploys in minutes.
DC is the global HQ for the cyber industry because: DC is the HQ because of guys like Tim and I. We come from intelligence backgrounds at the National Security Agency who are now dedicating their professional lives to solving some of the complicated issues in the security space. The knowledge, expertise, and passion for National Security is a fundamental reason why people move to DC, why people join an intelligence agency, and why our products will be the best in the world.
“Why corporate breaches continue to succeed” – Corporate breaches continue to succeed because attackers can steal the legitimate identities of your employees and use those identities to attack your infrastructure. Far deadlier than malware based attacks, identity based attacks can go undetected for months or years because perpetrators impersonate the methods used by your various privileged accounts as if they were that user. Attackers have changed their methods from the now outdated malware-based attacks to the evolved identity based attacks. Learn how next generation machine learning and analytics can detect and stop these attacks.
Rob Johnston on MSNBC
Timothy Evans, J.D., LL.M., Co-Founder and Chief of Strategy
Corporate breaches continue to succeed because attackers can steal the legitimate identities of your employees and use those identities to attack your infrastructure. Far deadlier than malware based attacks, identity based attacks can go undetected for months or years because perpetrators impersonate the methods used by your various privileged accounts as if they were that user. Attackers have changed their methods from the now outdated malware based attacks to the evolved identity based attacks. Learn how next generation machine learning and analytics hunting on your network 24/7 can detect intruders and malicious insiders without you hiring a single person.