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IDC Report: MixMode – An Unsupervised AI-Driven Network Traffic Analysis Platform

IDC, the premier global market intelligence firm, recently released a vendor report on MixMode’s Next-Generation AI Powered network traffic analysis platform. Ritu Jyoti, Program Vice President, Artificial Intelligence (AI) Research with IDC’s software market research and advisory practice wrote the profile. In it, she  examines how MixMode’s AI-enabled, multistream security platform empowers security teams to …

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MixMode Raises $4 Million in Series A Round Led by Entrada Ventures

Today we announced the completion of our Series A round of funding, raising a total of $4 million led by Entrada Ventures. The round included participation from existing investors including Keshif Ventures and Blu Venture Investors. The new funding will be used to expand MixMode’s AI-powered network traffic analytics platform and to fuel the growth of our worldwide network of customers and partners.

New Video: Why is network data the best source for actionable data in cybersecurity?

In a recent blog post, our Head of Customer Success, Russell Gray, outlined the reasons why network data is the best source for actionable data in cybersecurity. He covered the limitations of each of the elements of a typical security stack (SIEM, Endpoint, and Firewall) and the importance of network traffic analysis (NTA) in the …

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5 Cloud Security Challenges Facing Enterprises Today

Recent advances in cloud data storage capabilities have changed the way many organizations handle data and conduct business. While the expansion of cloud data represents new opportunities for growth, these organizations will have to confront new and emerging security threats unique to the cloud.  Cloud Storage Security Challenges These five cloud security threats do not …

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3 Cyberthreats Facing Federal and State Governments in 2020

Bad actors do not discriminate. Organizations across all sectors are at risk — corporations, non-profits, and increasingly, federal and state government entities. The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) reported that security incidents increased by 1,300 percent from 2006 to 2015. This number is growing.

Hacks and Breaches of 2019: A Year in Review

The reality is that most companies and entities are entrusted with sensitive data. As regulations tighten and consumer expectations rise, it is more important than ever to protect data, whenever it is gathered, accessed, shared, or stored. Let’s take a look at a few of the newsworthy data breaches that happened in 2019. Often, studying these cases can inform SecOps teams about what not to do.

Our Top 5 Cybersecurity Insights from 2019

This year on the MixMode blog, we have covered headline stories, analyzed every pain point within network security, and shared what we believe to be some of the most innovative solutions to help you analyze network traffic, surface threats and anomalies, and stop attacks using autonomous AI.

What Trends Will Shape the Cybersecurity Industry in 2020?

In this environment, it’s no surprise that U.S. CEOs rated cybersecurity as their top external concern in a survey conducted by the Conference Board. Those worries are unlikely to fade anytime soon, but 2020 also brings fresh opportunities for proactive measures to secure sensitive information. Here’s what you need to know about the trends that are currently emerging in cybersecurity and how you can make a difference in the future of the field:

The Evolution of “Next-Generation” Manufacturing and the Need for Network Security

The new MixMode & RAVENii whitepaper, “The Evolution of ‘Next-Generation’ Manufacturing and the Need for Network Security,” is a comprehensive look at how third-wave AI is improving modern network security across connected manufacturing networks and beyond.

Dynamic and Flexible AI for Network Security

Third-Wave artificial intelligence (also known as Wave 3 AI), is making life a whole lot easier for security systems administrators. It seems like we just passed the milestones of incorporating AI into network security. But Dr. Igor Mezic and others in this field have made huge strides in the last year. In his new whitepaper on AI for Network Security, Dr. Mezic describes how Third-Wave AI brings flexibility and intuition into the world of machine learning.