There are a lot of different ways to detect potential intruders on an enterprise network, but what about smaller businesses or consumers? That’s the challenge that Rob Soto, director of security research at Jask wants to help solve with the Chiron project that he is set to demonstrate at the Black Hat USA 2018 conference on Aug, 9. The Chiron tool is freely available for anyone to download and use. Organizations that need or want an enterprise grade platform for threat hunting and anomaly detection, Jask has a commercial platform, Soto added. “The principles behind Chiron is basically what we do at Jask,” Soto said. “Though Jask is at a much bigger scale, using Apache Spark and Hadoop for Big Data.”
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