MITRE, Insider Spyder Ink Cyber Tech License Deal; Barry Costa Comments

CyberStockMITRE has licensed an insider threat detection platform to Virginia-based cybersecurity software provider Insider Spyder, CivSource reported Monday.

Insider Spyder uses MITRE’s ELICIT technology to develop a new tool aimed at helping customers track malicious activities within an organization, according to the article.

Barry Costa, director of MITRE’s technology transfer office told CivSource that the nonprofit works to bring commercial innovations to market.

ELICIT is designed to monitor browsing, downloading, searching and printing activities and analyze network traffic behaviors using a Bayesia belief network model, the publication reports.

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