Sqrrl empowers threat hunters with self-service analytics

Today, analysts must either have advanced data science skills to build hunting algorithms that detect suspicious cyber behaviors or rely on blackbox vendor tools that package rigid algorithms. Sqrrl Enterprise 2.8 introduces the ability for analysts to easily create new hunting analytics without writing any code or having any data science skills. These analyst-defined analytics are referred to as “Risk Triggers.” The Sqrrl UI, featuring graph exploration, detailed entity information, and drill down on the … More