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Smart humans will use machine analytics to keep up with attacks

Security intelligence and management solutions company, Exabeam, that had launched its Security Intelligence platform and raised $30 million earlier this year, has been actively striking partnerships and working towards improving cybersecurity solutions for the last couple of months.

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Event Horizon, Not All Data is Created Equal

Data is starting to take on life and computer-based information is starting to become differentiated in ways that reflect the real world.

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A day in the life of a threat researcher

After leaving security intelligence platform provider Exabeam at the end of the workday, Ryan Benson’s mind doesn’t shut off when it comes to thinking about designing new defenses against black Hats. He heads to the gym to work out, still with his mind on security.

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5 ways to reduce insider security risks

Known (and trusted) insiders can pose an even bigger security threat than faceless hackers. Learn how to reduce associated risks.

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Exabeam and Crowdstrike Partner to Improve Cyber Security

Leaders in Behavioral Analytics and Endpoint Protection Provide Comprehensive Protection

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Risky Business podcast

Exabeam interviewed on the Risky Business podcast series

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The 7 Businesses Venture Capitalists Are Really Interested In

Venture capital (VC) firms are often regarded as the holy grail of startup financiers. But what do venture capitalists want? For entrepreneurs in search of funding, this is the perennial question.

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Detecting insider threats is easier than you think

When it came to the physical plant, it used to be easy with surveillance cameras and access badges to tell if an insider was up to no good.

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Artificial intelligence is key to defeating future hackers

In the heat of battle, it’s hard to separate the signal from the noise—a phenomenon that’s known as the “fog of war.” This is what’s happening in field of cybersecurity now.

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The Periodic Table of Cybersecurity Startups
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