Lumu to Emerge from Stealth at RSACLumu to Emerge from Stealth at RSAC
The new company will focus on giving customers earlier indications of network and server compromise.
February 19, 2020
Lumu, a company focused on dramatically reducing the "dwell time" of a breach, will emerge from stealth mode at next week's RSA Conference. The company, founded by Ricardo Villadiego, collects metadata from across an organization to feed AI that correlates data to indicate compromise.
According to studies in cybersecurity, system compromises can be active for months before being detected. Lumu will demonstrate a closed-loop, self-learning system aimed at presenting evidence of compromise in near-real time. Founded in 2019, Lumu has a number of existing customers and a channel partner program underway in Central and South America.
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