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Cyber-security vendor Versive announced on Aug.22 that it has raised $12.7 million in a new round of funding that will be used to help the company build out its go-to-market and technical efforts. Total funding to date for the company now stands at $54.7 million.
Organizations seeking new ways to meet the challenge of cybersecurity, protecting vulnerable online assets from attack, are looking towards a new generation of solutions incorporating artificial intelligence and building on strategic open source software projects. This week saw the strategic partnership of Versive, provider of AI-powered cybersecurity, with Cloudera, provider of a platform for machine […]
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are tools healthcare executives, technical staff and clinicians can use to enhance operations and improve healthcare. Artificial intelligence is when computers replicate something that humans do – real AI is when the results are as good or better than the best human results, said Dustin Rigg Hillard, vice […]
Network defenders and the cybersecurity industry need to shift focus from the edges and endpoints of their network to the inside of their network. Inside the network, IT and security data collection is often plentiful but underutilized. This rich data can be used to establish “network normal” behavior and serve as a foundation for the […]
Three years ago, our venture capital firm began studying startups in artificial intelligence. AI felt misunderstood, burdened by expectations from science fiction, and so for the last two years we’ve tried to capture the most-important startups in the space in a one-page landscape.
[Guest post by Versive CEO Joe Polverari] Cyber threats used to be something that humans could handle with the right tools, but today’s threats have grown too big, too fast, and too complex for existing solutions or methodology to handle. Cybersecurity has become a machine-scale problem, and the threats of the future will require a […]