Ottawa, ON, June 23, 2015 – The C100, a San Francisco-based non-profit focused on connecting Canadian companies with the Silicon Valley, has selected Interset as one of Canada’s most promising startups and a participant in the 48 Hours in the Valley event, to be held this week in San Francisco. The event provides 20 Canadian startups selected from hundreds of applicants the opportunity to expand their businesses through access to new networking, mentoring, and business growth opportunities in Silicon Valley. Participating startups include cloud, mobile, IT and security companies; Interset is a pioneer in providing a highly intelligent and accurate cyber and insider threat detection solution that uses behavioral analytics, machine learning and big data to protect critical data.
“It’s an exciting time for innovation in security, an area primed for huge advancements in detection and mitigation of advanced threats through the use of big data architectures, advanced analytics and machine learning, “said Interset CEO Dale Quayle. “We’re very pleased to be identified by The C100 and grateful to this excellent organization for the service and platform they’re providing for Canada’s tech innovators to expand our businesses on the global stage.”
Interset offers a next generation solution for the User and Entity Behavioral Analytics market, which is transforming security, according to Gartner, because it makes it much easier for any organization to gain visibility into user behavior patterns to find offending actors and intruders. Aggregating and analyzing these patterns can filter out extraneous noise and deliver an accurate and prioritized view of true threats facing an organization. To learn more about Interset’s approach, download the whitepaper, “Redefining the Science of Threat Detection,” at https://www.interset.com/info-center/white-papers/redefining-the-science-of-threat-detection/.
C100 Association is supported by many partners including Premier Partners KPMG Canada, BDC Capital and RBC Royal Bank. 48 Hours in the Valley is being held June 22 -24 in San Francisco at Cooley LLP in Palo Alto and at Juniper Networks in Sunnyvale.