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Sqrrl Data, Inc. is an American company founded in 2012 that markets software for big data analytics and cyber security. The company has roots in the United States Intelligence Community and National Security Agency. Sqrrl was involved in the creation of, and actively contributes to Apache Accumulo and other related Apache projects. Sqrrl’s primary product is its threat hunting platform, designed for active detection of advanced persistent threats.
Threat Hunting Platform
An example of Sqrrl's visual behavior graph, displaying user and entity activity on a network.
Sqrrl’s main product is a visual cyber threat hunting platform which combines technology such as link analysis and user behavior analytics. User, entity, asset, and event data are combined into a behavior graph which users navigate to respond to security incidents as well as search for undetected threats. Sqrrl integrates into Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) systems, such as IBM's QRadar. The platform also integrates machine learning and risk-scoring.
Sqrrl was mentioned in cyber security industry marketing, such as SC Mag’s Top Innovator award in 2015 and 2016 and a 2017 Cybersecurity Excellence Award in a new "Threat Hunting" category.
Recorded Future’s unique technology automatically serves up relevant insights in real time and at unparalleled scale. Our flexible software lets you put any type of threat intelligence where you need it — centralizing sources of threat data, enabling collaboration on analysis, and integrating with your security infrastructure.
Facebook’s Project Prism, Corona Could Ease Data Crunch
Facebook has another project, known as Corona, which makes its Apache Hadoop clusters less crash-prone while increasing the number of tasks that can be run on the infrastructure.
Facebook has been a high-profile user of Hadoop, an open-source framework for reliably running distributed applications on large hardware clusters.
originally posted by: C84K2
Something isn't right with the passenger list. Saratov Airlines provided a list of the passengers. The first name on that list is Ulrich Klaeui. That name is not on the English list. Meaning one name from the Saratov provided list, and one name from the English translated list is different? Because both lists show 71 passengers and crew.