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We are pleased to share that KEYW Corporation has announced its intent to acquire Sensage.
KEYW Corporation (Nasdaq:KEYW) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Sensage, Inc., a privately held provider of advanced Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) and event data warehousing software solutions to enterprise and government customers. In addition to providing KEYW an expanded commercial market opportunity, this acquisition strategically supports Project G, our Cyber Awareness and Response Platform.
Info-Tech Research Group Recognizes Sensage as an Industry “Champion” in 2012 SIEM Vendor Landscape Report for the Second Consecutive Year
Sensage, Inc., the leading provider of advanced Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) and founder of Open Security Intelligence, today announced that Info-Tech Research Group named the company a “Champion” in its 2012 SIEM Vendor Landscape report. Out of ten vendors that offer broad capabilities across multiple platforms, Sensage was recognized for its solid technology and reputational presence.
Sensage, Inc., the leading provider of advanced Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) and founder of Open Security Intelligence, today announced its selection as a Hot Company finalist in Network Products Guide’s 2012 Hot Companies and Best Products Awards.
KEYW and Sensage, two leaders in security intelligence, today announced a strategic technology alliance to deliver “mission-grade” cyber intelligence services to commercial enterprises and government agencies intent on understanding and minimizing cyber risks. At the core of this service are cyber analytics derived from the fusion of operational, security, and behavioral information about the cyber domain.
While it may not be perfect at the moment, the future is looking good for security information and event management, according to a recent SYS-CON Media report from Gorka Sadowski.
Many companies have familiarized themselves with advanced persistent threats during the past several months, which is a good thing considering they pose the most serious risk to information security today, according to a recent SC Magazine report.