Cognitive Security announces the end-of-sale and end-of life dates for Cognitive 1, Cognitive 10, Cognitive Lite, Cognitive Professional, Cognitive ISP/Telco and Cognitive Expert products and all previous versions. [Complete announcement]
COGNITIVE SECURITY (COSE) develops innovative products in the domain of Network Behavior Analysis (NBA) in order fight against modern sophisticated attacks in today's cyberspace which include Advanced Persistent Threats (APT), exploit kits, zero-day attacks, molymorphic malware or trojans inside the client's network. COSE line of products is based on the latest, US Army funded R&D and integrates Artificial Intelligence techniques (statistical analysis, autonomic/agent-based computing, ensamble classification, game-theoretic self-optimization) within the framework of distributed, intelligent, and forward-thinking security architecture. COSE solutions are deployed as an appliance, with an optional embedded network probe, virtual appliance or an OEM software module for integration with third-party products. It relies only on NetFlow/IPFIX inputs, ensuring easy integration with any networks.
[If] you're not seeing APT attacks in your organization, it is probably not that they are not occurring or that you're safe.
It's more likely that you may need to rethink your detection capabilities."
Cisco global threat report, 2011
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