Drive better security decisions with connected insights
Using the DataBee Hive you can:
- Breaking down data silos
- Get answers faster
- Save money
- Make better decisions
- Mature your security data journey
Transform data for cross-team/cross-department collaboration.
Connect disparate – and even previously discarded – data sources to extract maximum value and insights.
Remain in control of your data while enhancing existing capabilities that also bring down costs.
Surface real threats, know your security controls inventory, and develop actionable reports with business context.
Stay better informed about what assets you have and who owns them to address security or compliance gaps.
Go from data chaos to connected outcomes
Drowning in security data, yet starving for insights & answers
Data is the currency of the 21st century. The expansion of the global datasphere enables businesses to use data to examine the past, react to the present, and predict the future. Yet, available data remains disconnected, making insights inconsistent and inaccurate.
How DataBee works
DataBee makes data a shared language with connected security data and business insights that can work for everyone. Let DataBee help you collaborate with data you can trust, automatically discover relationships between data points, take down technical barriers to data and achieve faster data insights, and gain control and ownership of your data.
The DataBee Hive features new technology designed to automate data ingest, continuously validate data quality, provide a data catalogue and lineage, and achieve a remarkably lost-cost data processing profile.
We do this by ingesting your security and IT data sources and feed at its source – including non-traditional data telemetry such as your HR system of record, – into the DataBee engine where we auto-parse the content, flatten the data for analysis, normalize to OCSF schema, and further enrich with your business context. Then we add threat detection, compliance and risk measurement logic designed for scaled Fortune 20 questions, to make the dataset readily usable to different analyst departments across the security organization. As a result, the security, risk, and compliance data fabric platform produces an integrated, shared dataset that has improves indexing, more contextualized alerts, and can be stored cost-effectively in a data lake of your choice.