Deloitte‘s advisory cyber risk services business and Cray have partnered to develop a subscription-based analytics service intended to help organizations discover, examine and respond to cybersecurity threats.
The Cyber Reconnaissance and Analytics offering works to help government customers generate threat intelligence reports that include information on potential threat vectors, Deloitte said Wednesday.
“Instead of reviewing every component of an agency’s internal enterprise, we are trying to show what the adversary sees in order to give an organization a true ‘risk profile,” said Deborah Golden, federal cyber risk services leader at Deloitte Advisory.
“With Cyber Reconnaissance, we utilize graph analytics to identify relationships and look for behavioral patterns versus querying for a known signature,” added Gordon Hannah, cyber reconnaissance and analytics leader for Deloitte Advisory’s cyber risk services.
The service is based on a Cray-built analytics platform that combines supercomputing technologies and an open software framework for big data analytics, Deloitte noted.
Cray’s Urika-GX is designed to run multiple analytics workloads simultaneously on a single platform with the speed of a Cray supercomputer.