We are developing state-of-the-art graph search technologies that meet diverse and rapidly changing customer data analysis needs. These technologies have applications in cybersecurity and intelligence, such as efficiently searching through a large collection of enterprise network transactions for the malicious communication behavior of a botnet.
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