LinkShadow to launch Cyber AI-Powered Engine at GITEX 2021

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LinkShadow, Cyber Security Analytics Platform that modernizes the SOC with extended Threat Hunting & Response announced plans to launch its Next-Generation AI-Powered Engine at GITEX 2021, the region’s biggest tech event where global industry leaders and game-changers unite and network.

LinkShadow’s AI-Powered Engine is an end-to-end mechanism that enriches data for Advanced Machine Learning (AML) Anomalies Detection capabilities. It will empower the Certified Enterprise to manage the whole process from data collection to detection and visualization, seamlessly.  Simply, an Enterprise can collect data, create a Machine Learning model, build a data list, or upload a ready-to-use one, train a Machine Learning model, monitor its details, quality, and accuracy, and get detections visualized.

Through the AI-Powered Engine, LinkShadow introduces a new era in the world of cybersecurity – one that is designed to give full control over Machine Learning for the first time in cyberspace as well as it elevates AI-based security tools from being simply a black box.

Fadi Sharaf, Sales Director – LinkShadow, comments on the Company’s growth to its leadership position. “At LinkShadow, we have been continuously enhancing and innovating with new features that addresses the most challenging showstoppers in cyberspace and have smartly crafted solutions to cater to the evolving requirements of our customers.” He adds. “The AI-Powered Engine is a result of our comprehensive investment in R&D, which has given us a competitive edge. Keep an eye on our giant display panel at our stand, this GITEX for demos on the latest enhancements!”


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