Bay Dynamics Risk Fabric leverages User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) capabilities, combined with advanced situational awareness to get a complete picture of an organization's cyber risk posture.
User and Entity Behavior Analytics
Identify threats and risks
Uses capabilities of user and entity behavior analytics
Produce results to add to business value
Uses single data modal to present result
Data is collected from various internal and external sources
Contact for Pricing
Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 Enterprise (>1001 employees)
Bay Dynamics Risk Fabric leverages User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) capabilities, combined with advanced situational awareness to get a complete picture of an organization's cyber risk posture. Risk fabric is a risk analysis software that combines the capabilities of user and entity behavior analytics.
It analyses threats and risk that businesses are more likely to suffer from. The software collects data from various sources. Data is collected from events, asset data, data in motion, organizational data, configuration data, vulnerability data, indicators of compromise, threat intelligence and so on .This data is then analyzed by combining the capabilities of user and entity behavior analytics.
Results are analyzed by keeping in view the situations and events going on. Results are produced for the mangers, executives and other business personnel to analyze and identity threats and risks factors that might hinder business performance. The software is capable of analyzing threats related to cyber security. The software spreads awareness about the threats that many hamper the ability of a business to attain its goals and mission. Results can be shared and communication to guide actions and decision making.
The software makes use of a common data modal to spread awareness about the threats and risks that businesses might face. The software is capable of identifying threats from within the organization. These threats may be from individuals, leaking private information, either intentionally or unintentionally. These threats may be from someone hacking business system. The threats may arise from third parties or vendors. All such threats are identifiable by the software. Results of analysis can be viewed by decision makers to make strategies to eradicate threats and help businesses to attain its mission.