Awake Security Named a Winner of the 2020 Artificial Intelligence (AI) Excellence Awards
According to Business Intelligence Group, “Artificial Intelligence is set to transform nearly every aspect of our lives and culture. As more and more companies build new tools, launch new services or deploy the AI of strategic vendors, it is important to recognize the truly unique solutions and how they impact the market.”
This is good news for Awake, as we’re proud to announce that the Awake Security Platform has taken home top honors in the BI Group’s 2020 Artificial Excellence Awards competition!
The Artificial Intelligence Excellence Awards recognize those organizations, products and people who bring AI to life and apply it to solve real problems. This year Awake took home top honors in the “limited memory” category, meaning our technology depends on limited memory that can be preprogrammed and observed.
Today’s attackers use tools that already exist within the environment, abuse insider credentials, or use sites like Twitter and Google Drive for command and control. Traditional security approaches demand a high-level of human expertise that can’t keep pace with the threat.
Awake is changing this dynamic by deeply analyzing billions of network communications to autonomously discover, profile and classify every device, user and application across any network. By combining artificial intelligence with human expertise, Awake models and hunts for both insider and external attacker behaviors, while providing full forensics across traditional, IoT and cloud networks for autonomous triage and response.
The Awake Security Platform is ranked #1 by EMA for time to value and was recognized as the #1 information security solution being evaluated by global 1000 companies in Enterprise Technology Research’s (ETR) Summer 2019 Emerging Technology Study.
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