Let me kick off this post by extending a big “thank you” to everyone who participated in Detect ‘19, our fourth annual threat intelligence industry conference. Hundreds of attendees spanning customers, partners, employees, and special guests joined us in National Harbor, Maryland to participate in this history-making cybersecurity event.
Why am I calling the event “history-making?” Throughout its three-day run, we made significant announcements that are firsts for the cybersecurity market and our company.
Organizations using Anomali now have an opportunity to take their cybersecurity programs to a higher level. With a fully-integrated suite of intelligence-driven solutions, customers are turning threat data into intelligence that tells them when they are being attacked, who is attacking them, if the attacks have breached their networks, and how to respond. With Anomali, customers are detecting and responding to internal and external threats in seconds, with just a few mouse clicks.
Three intelligence-driven solutions are integrated into Anomali:
It is worth noting that we’ve published new technical documentation that includes detailed use cases for our product line: Anomali Product Brochure, Anomali Lens for Analysts, Anomali Lens for Executives, Anomali Match, Anomali Match for MISP
There are several additional announcements supporting our significant advances:
Detect attendees were visibly excited and motivated by the sessions and in-depth learning they received. The news media, analyst community, partners, and customers were also intrigued. You can read industry analyst impressions in the press release (above). Several of the news stories published are also quite compelling:
In addition to news announcements, overviews and technical sessions, Detect 19 provided attendees with a partner exhibition and access to some very special guests. Admiral (Ret.) Mike Rogers, former Director, National Security Agency & Former Commander, US Cyber Command, keynoted on the main stage. Following him was Ray Mabus, Secretary of the Navy under President Obama and former Governor of Mississippi. We also had the pleasure of hosting Reuters cybersecurity writer and author, Joe Menn. As part of the program, Menn discussed his new book, Cult of the Dead Cow, and met with attendees for a book signing.
Admiral (Ret.) Mike Rogers addresses the Anomali Detect 19 crowd.
Former Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus speaks to the crowd at Anomali Detect 19.
Reuters Cybersecurity Writer Joe Menn signs books for Anomali Detect 19 attendees.
The final item I want to call readers' attention to is our new boilerplate. Some of you may be saying right now, “Is this really a blog-worthy item?” We think it is. It tells a more complete story about the company and clearly defines the overall value Anomali delivers and solutions it provides.
Anomali® delivers intelligence-driven cybersecurity solutions. Anomali Altitude™ platform solutions include Anomali ThreatStream®, Anomali Match™, and Anomali Lens™. Private enterprises and public organizations use Anomali to harness threat data, information, and intelligence to make effective cybersecurity decisions that reduce risk and strengthen defenses. The Anomali partner program provides access to threat feeds from all layers of the web and delivers seamless integrations into leading security infrastructure technologies. The Anomali Threat Research Team provides actionable threat intelligence that helps customers, partners and the overall security community to detect and mitigate the most serious threats to their organizations. Anomali customers include more than 350 global organizations, many of the Global 2000 and Fortune 500, and large government and defense organizations around the world. Founded in 2013, it is backed by leading venture firms including GV, Paladin Capital Group, Institutional Venture Partners, and General Catalyst. Learn more at www.anomali.com.
We are already looking forward to next year’s Detect, where we expect again to make history for both our company and the industry.
Hugh has an illustrious 30-year career in the enterprise software industry. Hugh co-founded ArcSight in May 2000 and served as CTO as well as Executive Vice President of Research and Development. He led product development and product research at ArcSight, and expanded these responsibilities to lead all engineering and R&D efforts for HP Enterprise Security, the organization ArcSight became part of post-acquisition. After HP, Hugh was an advisor and entrepreneur at investment firm, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB). Hugh has also been honored with the Northern California Ernst & Young LLP Entrepreneur of The Year award in 2010.