LightCyber Updates Platform to Enhance User Behavioral Analytics

LightCyber Updates Platform to Enhance User Behavioral Analytics
January 13, 2016 Hagar

Security specialist LightCyber released its Magma platform 3.1, which offers enhanced user and entity behavioral analytics capabilities.

Any given attacker can choose from multiple attack vectors to breach an organization, and that is why threat detection technology needs to look at multiple layers. Security vendor LightCyber today expanded its behavioral attack detection capabilities with the announcement of its Magma platform 3.1.”With this new release, we actually converge profiling context for the behavior of users, devices and the network,” Gonen Fink, CEO of LightCyber, told eWEEK.LightCyber, founded in 2011, is a privately held security vendor with offices in Israel and the United States, and is positioning itself as an active-breach detection technology vendor. LightCyber’s flagship Magma platform was updated to version 3.0 in May 2015, providing a network-to-process (N2PA) technology that connects network traffic to endpoint processes in order to help detect and remediate breaches.”The primary thing we’re adding with the Magma 3.1 release is user context that is richer than previous versions,” Fink said.