Thales is in discussions with potential military buyers for its new Cybels Analytics cyber-attack detection platform, the company has told Jane's .
Thales launched Cybels Analytics at the International Cybersecurity Forum in late January. The software platform uses artificial intelligence (AI) and 'big data' analytics technologies to detect attacks in real time or to conduct proactive searches for advanced persistent threats (APTs) and other forms of advanced attacks, according to the company.
It uses machine learning (ML) algorithms to detect abnormalities based on large volumes of data from various sources, the company said, and can be integrated with a user's security operations centre (SOC) or enabled as a cloud-based service.
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