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DarkLight to Participate in AFCEA Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium

Shawn Riley, Chief Data Officer, to Lead Discussion on Active Cyber Defense and Trusted Information Sharing

AFCEA Defense Cyber Operations Symposium.pngSanta Monica, CA – May 26, 2017 – DarkLight announced today that their Chief Data Officer, Shawn Riley, has been selected to present at the Cyber Innovation Showcase during the AFCEA 2017 Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium. The Symposium will take place June 13-15, 2017 in Baltimore, Maryland and Riley will lead his session on June 14 from 1:30pm-2:00pm EDT.

AFCEA’s Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium provides a forum for government and industry to discuss requirements and solutions that will ensure the networks within the Department of Defense (DoD) are adaptive, resilient and effective across a range of uses and against diverse threats.

DarkLight’s presentation, “A.I.-Based Expert System for Active Cyber Defense and Trusted Information Sharing”, was chosen by members of the AFCEA Technology Committee and AFCEA Senior Staff from over 65 proposals for innovative solutions.  Robert K. Ackerman, editor-in-chief, SIGNAL Media, will facilitate the presentations.

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DarkLight Recognized as Innovative Company of the Year by IT World Awards

Network Products Guide Honors DarkLight with Gold Status in Innovative Company of the Year and Silver in Most Innovative IT Software

2017-NPG-Gold.gif 2017-NPG-Silver.gifSanta Monica, CA – May 24, 2017DarkLight announced today that Network Products Guide, the industry's leading technology research and advisory guide, has named DarkLight a Gold winner in the Innovative Company of the Year category, and a Silver winner for Most Innovative IT Software in the 12th Annual 2017 IT World Awards®. These industry and peer recognitions from Network Products Guide are the world's premier information technology awards honoring achievements and recognitions in every facet of the IT industry.

“It’s an honor to be named a winner by IT World Awards,” said DarkLight CEO and Co-Founder, John Shearer. “Our team has been working diligently alongside partners like the Integrated Adaptive Cyber Defense team at The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab to develop and integrate technology which radically improves cyber defense response times and supports enterprises in their quest to deal with the lack of resources and too few experienced analysts.”

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DarkLight CEO John Shearer to Serve as Panelist for General Assembly Workshop

Panel of Cybersecurity Experts to Speak on Actionable Risk Mitigation in Small Businesses

General_Assembly_logo2.jpgSanta Monica, CA – May 17, 2017 -- DarkLight announced that the company's CEO, John Shearer, will serve as a panelist for General Asembly's “Cybersecurity for Your Small Business” workshop, to be held in Los Angeles, CA on Monday, May 22, 2017.

Co-hosted with the United States Secret Service, Bixel Exchange and ScaleLA, this workshop focuses on best practices on protecting small businesses from cybersecurity threats. Featuring a panel of experts in cybersecurity, small business and technology, the forum will provide actionable steps on how to mitigate risk for your business.

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Preventing Skynet:  Securing Robotic and IoT Devices

SCMagazine.pngSC Magazine US, Article by Robert Abel, April 24, 2017 -- “When you think of robots as computers with arms, legs, or wheels, they become kinetic IoT devices that, if hacked, can pose new serious threats we have never encountered before,” an IOActive report on robots and artificial intellegence said. “As human-robot interactions improve and evolve, new attack vectors emerge and threat scenarios expand.”

Manufacturers need to consider security upfront before purchasing robots as many of the current systems can't be reset to factory settings and end users often don't have the abilities to remove malware or correct issues in the event of a compromise.

John Shearer, co-founder and chief executive officer of DarkLight recommends that users that have already adopted vulnerable robotic technology hire a third party to run a security audit on these devices to determine the monetary risk that the devices present to their firm in the event of a breach or compromise.

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Shawn Riley Assumes Integral Role as Chief Data Officer at DarkLight

Senior Advisor Joins Executive Team to Forward Data-Driven Approach to Artificial Intelligence

shawn-riley--2-.pngSanta Monica, CA - Business Wire, March 15, 2017 -- DarkLight, a cybersecurity analytics and automation platform driven by artificial intelligence, today announced that Shawn Riley has been named Chief Data Officer following his successful eight months as a Senior Advisor to the company. As Chief Data Officer, Riley will drive the product strategy and vision by advancing the Artificial Intelligence (AI) solution to the cyber ecosystem to support security operations, analytics, and reporting.

 “Our leadership team was seeking a thought leader who possessed a deep technical knowledge of cyber data and its massive potential as an asset,” said John Shearer, CEO and Co-Founder of DarkLight. “Shawn Riley possesses this very unique skill set, and clearly understands the complex intersection of analytic tradecraft, data and artificial intelligence. We are confident that having him on board will strengthen our product strategy and transform our business.”

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Threat Intelligence:  Use Cases, War Stories, and ROI

Making threat intelligence usable in fact as well as in principle. - See more at: https://thecyberwire.com/events/rsa2017/threat-intelligence-use-cases-war-stories-and-roi.html#sthash.FYfM5uWE.dpuf

CyberWire2.pngThe CyberWire Event Coverage, RSA Conference 2017 -- DarkLight, specialists in artificial intelligence, have deployed technology developed at Department of Energy facilities in Richland, Washington. As their CEO John Shearer explained, their goal is to augment human analytical capability. "You can replace a lot of low-level deductive reasoning," he said, but not, of course, the human analysts themselves. He thinks (as do most others in the industry) that there are too many false positives in our defenses, and DarkLight winnows these out by applying human-like analytical processes to alerts, then determining which alerts are worthy of attention by an actual human analyst.

Attribution to a threat actor is one DarkLight use case. The system uses ontologies to identify threat actors by fusing indicators of threats. The system can now ingest other ontologies and apply them to their baseline common knowledge graph, a capability Shearer sees as essential. The system offers an analytic fusion of disparate data sources. Analysts train the AI as they use it.

Attribution to a threat actor is one DarkLight use case. The system uses ontologies to identify threat actors by fusing indicators of threats. The system can now ingest other ontologies and apply them to their baseline common knowledge graph, a capability Shearer sees as essential. The system offers an analytic fusion of disparate data sources. Analysts train the AI as they use it.  - See more at: https://thecyberwire.com/events/rsa2017/threat-intelligence-use-cases-war-stories-and-roi.html#sthash.FYfM5uWE.dpuf

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specialists in artificial intelligence, have deployed technology developed at Department of Energy facilities in Richmond, Washington. As their CEO John Shearer explained, their goal is to augment human analytical capability. "You can replace a lot of low-level deductive reasoning," he said, but not, of course, the human analysts themselves. He thinks (as do most others in the industry) that there are too many false positives in our defenses, and DarkLight winnows these out by applying human-like analytical processes to alerts, then determining which alerts are worthy of attention by an actual human analyst. - See more at: https://thecyberwire.com/events/rsa2017/threat-intelligence-use-cases-war-stories-and-roi.html#sthash.FYfM5uWE.dpuf
specialists in artificial intelligence, have deployed technology developed at Department of Energy facilities in Richmond, Washington. As their CEO John Shearer explained, their goal is to augment human analytical capability. "You can replace a lot of low-level deductive reasoning," he said, but not, of course, the human analysts themselves. He thinks (as do most others in the industry) that there are too many false positives in our defenses, and DarkLight winnows these out by applying human-like analytical processes to alerts, then determining which alerts are worthy of attention by an actual human analyst. - See more at: https://thecyberwire.com/events/rsa2017/threat-intelligence-use-cases-war-stories-and-roi.html#sthash.FYfM5uWE.dpuf
specialists in artificial intelligence, have deployed technology developed at Department of Energy facilities in Richmond, Washington. As their CEO John Shearer explained, their goal is to augment human analytical capability. "You can replace a lot of low-level deductive reasoning," he said, but not, of course, the human analysts themselves. He thinks (as do most others in the industry) that there are too many false positives in our defenses, and DarkLight winnows these out by applying human-like analytical processes to alerts, then determining which alerts are worthy of attention by an actual human analyst - See more at: https://thecyberwire.com/events/rsa2017/threat-intelligence-use-cases-war-stories-and-roi.html#sthash.FYfM5uWE.dpuf
specialists in artificial intelligence, have deployed technology developed at Department of Energy facilities in Richmond, Washington. As their CEO John Shearer explained, their goal is to augment human analytical capability. "You can replace a lot of low-level deductive reasoning," he said, but not, of course, the human analysts themselves. He thinks (as do most others in the industry) that there are too many false positives in our defenses, and DarkLight winnows these out by applying human-like analytical processes to alerts, then determining which alerts are worthy of attention by an actual human analyst - See more at: https://thecyberwire.com/events/rsa2017/threat-intelligence-use-cases-war-stories-and-roi.html#sthash.FYfM5uWE.dpuf
specialists in artificial intelligence, have deployed technology developed at Department of Energy facilities in Richmond, Washington. As their CEO John Shearer explained, their goal is to augment human analytical capability. "You can replace a lot of low-level deductive reasoning," he said, but not, of course, the human analysts themselves. He thinks (as do most others in the industry) that there are too many false positives in our defenses, and DarkLight winnows these out by applying human-like analytical processes to alerts, then determining which alerts are worthy of attention by an actual human analyst - See more at: https://thecyberwire.com/events/rsa2017/threat-intelligence-use-cases-war-stories-and-roi.html#sthash.FYfM5uWE.dpuf
specialists in artificial intelligence, have deployed technology developed at Department of Energy facilities in Richmond, Washington. As their CEO John Shearer explained, their goal is to augment human analytical capability. "You can replace a lot of low-level deductive reasoning," he said, but not, of course, the human analysts themselves. He thinks (as do most others in the industry) that there are too many false positives in our defenses, and DarkLight winnows these out by applying human-like analytical processes to alerts, then determining which alerts are worthy of attention by an actual human analyst. - See more at: https://thecyberwire.com/events/rsa2017/threat-intelligence-use-cases-war-stories-and-roi.html#sthash.FYfM5uWE.dpuf
specialists in artificial intelligence, have deployed technology developed at Department of Energy facilities in Richmond, Washington. As their CEO John Shearer explained, their goal is to augment human analytical capability. "You can replace a lot of low-level deductive reasoning," he said, but not, of course, the human analysts themselves. He thinks (as do most others in the industry) that there are too many false positives in our defenses, and DarkLight winnows these out by applying human-like analytical processes to alerts, then determining which alerts are worthy of attention by an actual human analyst. - See more at: https://thecyberwire.com/events/rsa2017/threat-intelligence-use-cases-war-stories-and-roi.html#sthash.FYfM5uWE.dpuf

ITProTV Interview with DarkLight at RSA 2017

ITProTV-Logo-RGB-Web_Blue-84pxh.pngITProTV - Don Pezet RSA Interview, San Francisco, CA, February 2017 -- Don Pezet interviews DarkLight's CTO and Co-Founder John Shearer about DarkLight's unique approach to artificial intelligence and how its reasoning system benefits the cyber analyst and the enterprise by encoding the analyst's expertise.

 


 


EMA RSA Wrap Up

EMA_logo.pngEMA Cloud Rant - RSA Wrap Up with Steve Brasen and Dave Monahan, February 2017 -- Analysts Steve Brasen and Dave Monahan reflect on their impressions of RSA 2017 and discuss the vendors that they were impressed by.  

"Everybody talks AI… and really the definition of artificial intelligence is its ability to deal with varied types of information and make decisions that can ultimately render a similar decision that a human would make, given…the intuitiveness that a human has or background knowledge or other things. ...DarkLight Cyber has taken a different approach so I think they're going to be a big challenger..."

 

  

 


Innovating Technology to Lower False Positives and Generate Efficiencies with Cyber Defense Solutions

 Cyber Defense Mag.pngFebruary 2017, CDM article by John Shearer -- The Finance sector is no stranger to adversity.  In recent years, organizations at all levels operating within this sector have been marred by almost constant cyber-attacks.  Compounding that challenge is the alert fatigue that false positives produce within the Security Operations Center (SOC) at most financial institutions.

In order for any organization in finance to successfully field compliance hurdles and the seemingly unlimited cyber-attacks leveled against them, they need a solution that thinks more like a human than a machine.

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RSA 2017:  Breaking Through the Cybersecurity Bubble

At the recent RSA cybersecurity conference, interoperability and cooperation were a common theme, but not everyone is taking it seriously

 nww-logo.pngNetwork World, February 21, 2017, by Charles Araujo -- Many cybersecurity vendors made mention of interoperability, but it was little more than talk. Instead, the prevailing approach was "land and expand," as major vendors seek to lay claim to as much of the cybersecurity stack as possible.

Still, there were signs of hope for a dynamic and interoperable future. Several cybersecurity vendors demonstrated solutions specifically designed to help enterprise organizations connect the dots and find clarity in the cybersecurity noise.

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DarkLight Named Most Innovative Security (Software) of the Year by Info Security PG's 2017 Global Excellence Awards

Solution Recognized for Next-Generation Cybersecurity Analytics and Automation

2017-GEA-Gold100x.gifSan Francisco, CA / Santa Monica, CA– February 14, 2017 –- DarkLight, a next generation cybersecurity analytics and automation platform, today announced that they have been named a Gold winner for the 13th Annual Info Security PG’s Global Excellence Awards® in the Most Innovative Security (Software) of the Year category. In addition, DarkLight was honored as a Gold winner in the Companies with Tomorrow’s Technology Today category. DarkLight was presented with these awards last night during a gala that honored all winners for their advanced, ground-breaking products and solutions which are helping set the bar higher for others in all areas of security and technology.

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DarkLight selected as a Finalist for 2017 Cybersecurity Excellence Product Awards

cybersecurity_awards_finalist.pngFebruary 2017, Cybersecurity Excellence Awards -- The 2017 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards honor individuals, products and companies that demonstrate excellence, innovation and leadership in information security. Based on the strength of their nomination and the popular vote by members of the Information Security Community (both ratings and comments), DarkLight has been chosen as a finalists for the 2017 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards in the Security Analytics category.  To see a full list of finalists, please visit:  http://cybersecurity-excellence-awards.com/2017-cybersecurity-product-awards-winners-finalists/

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DarkLight to Exhibit at RSAC 2017 Early Stage Expo

rsac-inner_sign.pngSanta Monica, CA – February 1, 2017 – DarkLight, a next generation cybersecurity analytics and automation platform, today announced the team will be exhibiting at RSAC 2017’s Early Stage Expo, being held in San Francisco, CA from February 14-16, 2017. The Early Stage Expo is a dedicated space for fresh infosecurity companies and emerging startups to tell their story to the 40,000 influencers, decision makers and investors who attend the RSA conference. For additional information about this event, please visit: https://www.rsaconference.com/events/us17/expo-sponsors/exhibitor-list/3798-DarkLight-Cyber

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DarkLight Announces Strategic Alliance with Agile Defense, Inc.

Enables Integration of Next-Generation Security Analytics Platform To Arsenal of Proven IT Capabilities

AgileDefense_logo1.pngSANTA MONICA, CA – February 2016  (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) –- DarkLight®, a next-generation cybersecurity analytics and automation platform, today announced a strategic alliance with Agile Defense, Inc., a leading Information Technology (IT) Solutions provider, to deliver and support the integration of technology to Federal and Civilian clients in the United States. The collaboration enables Agile Defense to bolt-on DarkLight’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) solution to their existing cybersecurity offerings, force multiplying the talent already deployed in a client’s security operations center (SOC).

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The Great Tech Transfer—A Success Story in Innovation

Cyber Defense Mag.pngJanuary 2017, CDM article by John Shearer -- Solving business challenges often requires innovation, but fostering creativity and growing new technologies is a challenge in itself. Creating new services and products is a problem that causes most organizations to struggle.  

According to a McKinsey & Company study, one key to successfully creating new solutions is effective senior leadership and a corporate culture focused on innovation.

Success depends not only on executive leadership that encourages innovation, but also on that which manages, tracks and measures its progress as a core element in a company's growth strategy.   

“94 percent of senior executives say that people and corporate culture are the most important drivers of innovation.”- McKinsey & Company 

Some organizations are getting it right. The U.S. Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) (operated by Battelle) fostered creation of the technology behind DarkLight, an artificial intelligence-driven cybersecurity analytics and automation platform.

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Hohimer and Riley to Lead Discussion on Artificial Intelligence Approach to Analytics and Automation at Smart Data and Graphorum Conference 2017

Ryan-E.-Hohimer.jpgshawn-riley--2-.pngSanta Monica, CA, January 23, 2017 -- DarkLight, a next generation cybersecurity analytics and automation platform, today announced that Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder, Ryan Hohimer, and Shawn Riley, Executive Vice President at The Centre for Strategic Cyberspace and Security Science, will be speaking at the Smart Data and Graphorum Conferences in San Francisco on Feb. 1 at 10:30am PT. This joint event is a premier business conference focused on smart data and machine intelligence technologies as well as graph databases, which brings together emerging disciplines that are focused on more intelligent information gathering and analysis.

Hohimer and Riley will lead a discussion on a new artificial intelligence (AI) approach to cybersecurity analytics and automation and will cover the following topics:

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Self-defense: Training your network to defend itself

 Self Defense, Training your Cyber NetworkJanuary 9, 2017, Security InfoWatch, IT/Networking Article by Ryan Hohimer --  Attacks on companies and organizations of all sizes are increasing, as are the sophistication and success rates of those attacks. Regrettably, this is coming at a time when the best frontline defense for most organizations, the top tier analysts who can instinctively react to threat indicators to protect their networks, are in critically short supply. Companies need help, and may no longer have the luxury of relying solely on adding new humans to stem the tide. Even if a junior analyst can be located or lured away from another job, it might take six months to a year before they become reasonably proficient at defending a new network.

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8 tech startup trends to watch in 2017

CIO.jpgNovember 30, 2016, Feature Article in CIO by James A. Martin -- Artificial intelligence startups will be big next year, along with startups in cybersecurity, chatbots, VR and legalized recreational marijuana, according to experts. 

"The reality is that cybersecurity knowledge needs to be automated in some way," says John Shearer, CEO and cofounder of DarkLight, a cybersecurity analytics and automation provider.  "Startups will emerge that recognize this huge market need for blending human expertise with AI.  AI systems that can be taught by human experts, and human experts that can be taught by AI systems, is what the hottest startups will focus on."

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DarkLight Co-Founder and CEO John Shearer to Speak at CyberMaryland 2016

Santa Monica, CA – October 3, 2016 -- DarkLight, a next generation cybersecurity analytics and automation platform, today announced the co-founder and chief executive, John Shearer, will speak at CyberMaryland 2016. The 2-day conference will be held in Baltimore, Maryland from October 20-21, 2016. Mr. Shearer’s panel presentation will take place October 20, 2016 and will explore the often overlooked effects of the Dark Web on proprietary information, financials and acquisitions. In addition, it will discuss how organizations can and should leverage the Dark Web in order to better equip their security operations for every type of potential threat; no matter how far off the grid it may seem. 

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Virtual analysts leverage human knowledge to help solve cybersecurity challenges - Ryan Hohimer, CTO Interview with Rodika Tollefson

third_certanity_logo-1.pngSeptember 14, 2016 -- In face of too few workers and too much data, artificial intelligence automates human decision-making process to respond to threats.

Machine learning—an approach to artificial intelligence—has become a buzzword in the cyberscurity industry. Many vendors are turning to machine learning for processing big data and creating threat intelligence. The challenge with machine learning...


DarkLight Appoints Senior Advisors, Shawn Riley and Demetrios “Laz” Lazarikos

SANTA MONICA, Calif., September 15, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- DarkLight™, provider of a next-generation cybersecurity analytic and automation platform, today announced the addition of two distinguished officers to its Board of Advisors, Shawn Riley, Director of Cyber Security Science at Monsanto Company, and Demetrios Lazarikos, Chief Information Security Officer at vArmour. The mindshare of these gentlemen promises to advance DarkLight’s mission of capturing human expertise and decision making process in order to model knowledge for combating cyber threats.

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Transitioning Technology from the Laboratory to the Market 

CyberWire2.pngAugust 11, 2016 -- The CyberWire covered the 2016 Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, Nevada July 30 - August 4.  Ryan Hohimer, Chief Technology Officer; John Shearer, Chief Executive Officer; and Jess Richter, Chief Revenue Officer of Champion Technology, sat down with them during the conference to discuss the process of transitioning from a DOE Laboratory to the market. The article written covers these discussions as well as how DarkLight is helping companies with some of the major cybersecurity issues of today. DarkLight addresses problems, such as the high demand for skilled analysts vs. number of analysts available to work these jobs, with the ability to retain knowledge and pass it on to the next generation of analysts. 

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Easy access to information means employees can jeopardize a company’s security

425business-logo.svgAugust 9, 2016 -- Marc J. Dupuis, Ph.D. interviewed by 425 Business Magazine on the insider threat discusses DarkLight's ability to help monitor a companies employees and identify odd or unusual behavior.

Dr. Dupuis is an Assistant Professor of Cyber Security with the Division of Computing and Software Systems of the School of STEM at the University of Washington Bothell.

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Special Edition: Black Hat, Part 2 — Trends and Insights from Industry Leaders - Podcast

CyberWire_Podcasts_Banner_special_edition.jpgAugust 9, 2016 -- The CyberWire covered the 2016 Black Hat conference with a Special Edition report. They were there gathering insight on treads within the cybersecurity industry from some of its leaders within the field. Ryan Hohimer, CTO of Champion Technology Company, Inc. was included in the podcast and offered his take on the current direction the industry is taking. 

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Understanding Changes in the Current Threat Landscape - Ryan Hohimer, CTO Interview with Rodika Tollefson

 

third_certanity_logo-1.pngJuly 27, 2016 -- In the article entitled Security Survey Shows a Shift in Most-Attacked Business Sector, Rodika Tollefson talks to experts including our own Ryan Hohimer, CTO of Champion Technology Company, to understand the changes. 

The article goes on to discuss the need for companies to protect themselves against outside attack, such as a Ransomware attack, by undergoing a third party evaluation of their cybersecurity systems. The article concludes with addressing that the "biggest threats come from within", and our "blind spot" in denying insider threat can happen to our companies.  

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Champion Technology Company Releases DarkLight™ 2.3

SANTA MONICA, Calif., May 18, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Champion Technology Company, Inc., R&D 100 award recipient, has released v2.3 of DarkLight™, the next generation cybersecurity automation and orchestration software. 

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Champion Technology Company Adds Director of Cybersecurity

April 8, 2016 -- Champion Technology Company, Inc., creator of DarkLight™, the next-generation cybersecurity analytic and automation software, is pleased to announce the addition of a well-respected cybersecurity expert, Richard (Rick) Berg as Director of Cybersecurity

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Ahead of the Curve Innovation – John Shearer, CEO Interview on Business Rockstars

 

John Shearer CEO Interview Business RockstarsOn April 8th, 2016 Champion Technology Company’s CEO John Shearer was an invited guest on Business Rockstars. Business Rockstars is an entrepreneurial community, interviewing CEO’s, startups, and entrepreneurs during their radio & streaming video shows. Their show is produced in Burbank, CA and airs nationally in radio, TV, and internet broadcasts with a cumulative audience of over 1 million listeners and viewers. This was a great opportunity for John to tell people about Dark Light, and discuss industry, innovation and the way product development happens. View the full interview here.    


Champion Technology Company Adds Three Top Industry Executives

 

SANTA MONICA, Calif., April 05, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Champion Technology Company, Inc.,
the 2015 R&D 100 award recipient and creator of DarkLight™, the next-generation cybersecurity automation and orchestration software, is proud to announce the onboarding of three highly regarded industry executives; Jess Richter, David Aucsmith, and Michael Kluse.

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Software "CHAMPIONs" cybersecurity experts

If you're a hacker aimed at stealing credit card information from a retail company and you want to evade detection, you hide in massive amounts of network data. Analysts have the know-how to sort through this digital mess to find hackers, but they often identify attacks too late. Analytical software developed at PNNL and licensed to Champion Technology Company Inc. can help find these and other threats in near-real-time.  [Excerpt from PNNL: News, January 28, 2016]  

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CHAMPION TECHNOLOGY COMPANY WINS FLC AWARD! - JANUARY 2016

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Champion Technology Company and Pacific Northwest National Lab have won the Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC) Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer! The FLC Award recognizes staff who have accomplished outstanding work in the process of transferring federally developed technology. The transfer was accomplished with the unique collaboration of The Early X Foundation and PNNL. A panel of experts from industry, state and local government, academia, and the federal laboratory system judge the nominations.  

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CHAMPION TECHNOLOGY COMPANY WINS R&D 100 AWARD! - DECEMBER 2015

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Congratulations to Champion Technology Company Inc.'s (CTCI) Ryan Hohimer, Alex Gibson, Peter Neor and Doug Love for winning the 2015 R&D 100 Award! CHAMPION was selected by R&D Magazine as one of the most technologically significant new software products of the year! The CHAMPION platform uses Advanced Semantic Web Technologies and Descriptive Logic, combining human intelligence with machine learning. CHAMPION is currently being deployed in cyber security in CTCI's DarkLight.  

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