Let's free our analysts

There is no disputing it: The way we manage cyber security is broken.  Today most organizations see hundreds if not thousands of cyber attacks daily, sending each of these attacks to a human analyst for investigation is no longer scalable.

Our belief is that to stay effective, the Security Operation Center (SOC) will need to go through the same revolution the auto industry did moving many manual manufacturing tasks to robots.  JASK believes human analysts will always be the most effective defense to complex cyber attacks but not if they are stuck in constant alert triage (the digital equivalent of hand painting cars on an assembly line).

JASK's goal is to re-imagine Security Operations, by hiring the best computer scientists, math experts and machine learning gurus to develop the technology that will enable our best SOC analysts around the globe to work together training machines to automate discovering, responding and even learning about tomorrows cyber threats so we can free our SOC analysts to do the work that really matters most: protect our organizations information!

We have finally reached the perfect storm of technology, policy and opportunity to completely re-factor Security Operations with the major advances in open source big data and AI software and general adoption of cloud native services throughout the enterprise.

Our bet is that now is the right time for this disruption and JASK is fully committed to working with you to solving this problem.  Our newly released Trident platform is already defending dozens of large organizations globally and can start learning and automating work for your analysts today!

Let's free our analysts.

Greg

Co-Founder and CEO

 


Live from BlackHat: Rod Soto Interview

Rod Soto is interview by Security Guy TV live from BlackHat USA 2017


Greg Martin: Security operations is broken, and AI can fix it

"To uncover how to improve security, we must first consider that the way we perform security operations is broken. Security operations teams — often part of a centralized security operations center — are responsible for defending a given organization from the latest emerging threats. Teams of analysts monitor intelligence sources, including the news, social media, vendor intelligence partners and the FBI’s publicly available guidance, for information about potential new cyberattacks that might target their organization. We have supported our humans thus far with a complex deployment of layered cybersecurity defenses. This approach has proven to be fairly unsuccessful.

One way security operations teams can improve their ability to identify and combat threats is by improving the speed with which they process and react to those threats. Introducing speed into today’s security environment requires artificial intelligence (AI)..."

Read the full text of Greg's recent guest article on TechTarget's IOT Agenda:

Security operations is broken, and AI can fix it  (July 27, 2017)


Trident Product Release: Press Coverage Round-up

A round-up of coverage accompanying the recent launch of TRIDENT

33 Hot New Security Products Announced At Black Hat 2017 (July 27, 2017)
CRN, Sarah Kuranda

The Daily Briefing (July 27, 2017)
The CyberWire, Staff

JASK Trident speeds up security intelligence (July 26, 2017)
Enterprise Times, Ian Murphy

JASK Unveils AI-Enabled Platform for Cyber-Security Threat Identification (July 26, 2017)
Database Trends and Applications

JASK Unveils Cloud Security Platform Based on AI (July 25, 2017)
IT Business Edge, Mike Vizard

New JASK Trident Platform Dramatically Increases Operational Efficiency to Give Security Teams Crucial Response Speed and Agility (July 25, 2017)
Disaster Recovery Journal, Jon Seals

Big Data Provider Cloudwick Launches Security Analytics Platform (July 25, 2017)
SDxCentral, Jessica Lyons Hardcastle

AI security startup JASK launches its new Trident platform (July 25, 2017)
TechSeen, Staff

AI-based platform improves security teams' response (July 25, 2017)
BetaNews, Ian Barker

AI-Based Cyber Platform Hunts Malware (July 25, 2017)
Datanami, George Leopold

New JASK Trident Platform is launched (July 25, 2017)
Global Security Mag., Marc Jacob

HyTrust Raises $36 Million, Acquires DataGravity (July 12, 2017)
eSecurity Planet, Pedro Hernandez