RSA Conference, San Francisco, Calif. (Booth #1043) — April 18, 2018 — Corelight, the most powerful network visibility solution provider for cybersecurity, today announced it has been named InfoSec Startup of the Year and a Leader in the Network Traffic Analysis category in CyberDefense Magazine’s annual InfoSec Awards at the RSA Conference this week.
Corelight Sensors provide deep, detailed data about network traffic applicable to a wide range of security challenges facing organizations today. Using Corelight technology, security teams are better able to diagnose and understand attacks faster, decrease the noise around security alerts by weeding out the false positives, uncover rogue applications and other threats to the network such as ransomware and other malware.
“Our goal is to help organizations get to the truth faster by providing them with a rich view of their network data, so they can better prioritize incident response all the way up the security stack,” said Greg Bell, CEO of Corelight. “We are honored to receive recognition from the CyberDefense team. It is further validation that the work we are doing and the technology behind Corelight is helping to make a difference for our customers.”
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About Corelight Corelight delivers the most powerful network visibility solutions for information security professionals, helping them understand network traffic and defend their organizations more effectively. Corelight solutions are built on the Zeek framework (formerly known as “Bro”), the powerful and widely-used open source network analysis framework that generates actionable, real-time data for thousands of security teams worldwide. Zeek data has become the ‘gold standard’ for incident response, threat hunting, and forensics in large enterprises and government agencies worldwide. Corelight makes a family of network sensors — both physical and virtual, at every scale — that take the pain out of deploying Zeek by adding integrations and capabilities large organizations need. The Zeek project was initially developed at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), and has been supported by the US Department of Energy (DOE), the National Science Foundation (NSF), and the International Computer Science Institute (ICSI). Corelight is based in San Francisco, Calif. For more information, visit Corelight.com or follow @corelight_inc.
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