Cognyte Situational Intelligence Solutions (SIS) is releasing the most recent update to its Symphia solutions portfolio that is designed to connect and synchronize mission-critical systems to gain contextualized, visual insights into threats and risks.
Developed to empower security practitioners to make informed decisions and drive fast response, Symphia delivers actionable insights for deeper situational awareness and command and control, fusing data from various IoT systems and thousands of inputs, according to the company.
Through Advanced analytics, SOCs in mission-critical and highly dispersed security environments can leverage the power of Symphia to anticipate threats in real-time and prevent risk scenarios.
Symphia Insight, the newest addition to the Symphia platform, provides a data visualization framework, enabling organizations to present historical data into a live dashboard. Symphia Insight provides organizations with the tools to maintain operational goals and identify anomalies more effectively while gaining a comprehensive view of operations, according to the vendor.
By supporting the integration of any device or service, Symphia can combine data into one pane-of-glass, which enables organizations to achieve higher levels of awareness. Symphia then takes this process to the next level by analyzing combined data and providing guidance on how to best respond.
"With the demand to simplify and improve the efficiency of existing technology investments, there is a greater interest in solutions that enable the integration of both legacy and new devices," said Alan Stoddard, president, Cognyte North America. "Symphia integrates all devices and data points, and analyzes and visualizes disparate information at scale to help teams identify what matters most."
By aggregating data from thousands of devices and systems, security leaders can develop dashboards that visualize the KPIs and metrics relevant to their operations—capturing immediate, real-time understanding of threats while supporting ISOC performance.
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