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February 01, 2013
AUSTIN, Tex., Feb. 1 – 21CT, Inc., a leader in data analytics and visualization, today announced a twofold increase in data import performance, enabling organizations to import more quickly enormous amounts of data from more sources for analysis and visualization. 21CT's patented data analytics solution, LYNXeon, provides analysts and investigators with the ability to visualize previously undetectable threats and malicious activity and provides the guidance that organizations need to fortify their IT infrastructure, prosecute destructive fraud, and uncover criminal activity.
Data Analytics and Visualization to Secure Your World
"The ability to visualize and analyze data, no matter how big, can provide organizations with intelligence to make decisions," said 21CT Chief Product Officer Robert Williams. "The challenge with data analytics certainly starts with the ability to import enormous amounts of data rapidly, but you must also have the ability to quickly find links and patterns that guide analysts through their investigation. Today's update to LYNXeon dramatically enhances our state-of-the-art analytics and visualization engine, and also includes features that enable analysts and investigators to explore more network data and ultimately find the answers to secure their world."
Using LYNXeon, some of the world's largest enterprises, government organizations and military institutions are analyzing and visualizing enormous amounts of data. The resulting visibility allows them to quickly identify previously undetected threats and malicious behavior that, if left alone, have the potential to cripple their infrastructures or their businesses. Today's update to LYNXeon enhances capabilities for cyber security analysis, fraud detection analytics, digital forensics investigation, and more, including:
About 21CT, Inc.
21CT, Inc. provides data analytics and visualization solutions to secure your world. Using LYNXeon from 21CT, organizations rapidly import enriched and disparate data, analyze it for previously undetectable links and patterns and gain the visibility needed to make the right decisions.
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