ThreatStream Changes Name To Anomali, Adds New Products

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The security vendor formerly known as ThreatStream used the RSA conference in San Francisco as a launching platform for its new name, Anomali.

"Anomali is the world's leading threat intelligence platform,’ said the Redwood City, Calif.-based company's director, Rich Scott.

Why did the company change names?

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"It's a reflection of a whole new generation of management of threat intelligence. The problem that many organizations are faced with is an overwhelming amount of intelligence data," he said.

ThreatStream first tackled that challenge in 2013, but now with a new name it has introduced two new products, Harmony Breach Analytics and Anomali Reports.

Scott called security "a big data problem."

"Harmony takes log data out of SIMs and matches that in a historic, retrospective way, to threat data that has gone on for, in some cases, over a year," he explained.

Anomali Reports is a data breach detection service built for SMBs.

Anomali's partner program targets both integration partners and service providers.