SANTA CLARA, Calif., and NEW YORK — Sept. 29, 2015 — Hortonworks, Inc. (NASDAQ: HDP), together with ManTech and B23, is working to foster a vibrant open community to accelerate the development of OpenSOC, an open source cyber security analytic platform built to rapidly detect and respond to advanced security threats. With the advent of the Internet of Anything, the security of data is paramount. Hortonworks is fully committed to supporting the innovation of the OpenSOC community and further advancing cyber security technology.
OpenSOC works in conjunction with Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP™) and Hortonworks DataFlow (HDF™) to provide a real-time enterprise threat detection system that:
Co-developed by engineers at Cisco and Hortonworks, and fostered by a growing user community, OpenSOC is hosted on GitHub at http://opensoc.github.io/ and licensed under an Apache license. Since it was unveiled in 2014, OpenSOC has been helping companies integrate big data into their technical security strategy. Additionally, James Sirota, the lead architect for OpenSOC who has been driving the innovation around the framework, has joined Hortonworks.
“With cyber security attacks becoming more sophisticated, the industry is facing a call to action to combat security breaches,” said Shaun Connolly, vice president of corporate strategy at Hortonworks. “We are thrilled that James Sirota has joined as our leader in security solutions and will drive this critically important technology forward in an open and transparent way for our industry.”
B23 builds high value big data analytical solutions that bring data closer to the customer for analysis. B23 co-founder Brad Kolarov states, “We identified our first OpenSOC customer in 2014 and we’ve seen accelerating demand for OpenSOC as a repeatable solution to a growing problem. The innovation in the Hadoop ecosystem is really disrupting traditional approaches to cyber defense. We are excited to continue to support OpenSOC for our existing as well as future financial services and commercial enterprise customers under the stewardship of Hortonworks, which is widely known for its support of open source projects.”
ManTech International has been delivering data driven architectures to its clients for over 46 years. The company blends its cyber security and cloud practice with its Hadoop OpenSOC solution to offer clients 360 degrees of cyber discipline spanning Public, Private and/or Hybrid clouds. Kent Warren, president of ManTech Commercial Services states, “OpenSOC is a natural extension to our exclusive relationship with Hortonworks. Global clients depend on ManTech every day to protect their Enterprise and we are pleased to include OpenSOC as part of an Enterprise strategy.” ManTech Commercial Services is a Hortonworks System Integration partner and reseller.
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