FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 29, 2019

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Adlumin Releases Patent Pending Core Banking Security Technology Providing Deep Visibility into the Symitar Episys Core

Adlumin is the only cybersecurity firm in the U.S. to directly integrate security software with the Symitar Episys core banking system.

Washington, DC. New technology from Adlumin – a cybersecurity firm dedicated to defending corporate networks from threats, malfunctions, and IT operations failures – gives credit unions greater visibility into their core banking systems’ health and security. The patent pending technology smoothly integrates into credit unions’ networks and detects issues in real-time. Adlumin is the only cybersecurity firm in the United States capable of bringing your Symitar Episys core banking platform directly into your security landscape.

“This tool lets credit unions dive deeply into the details of their identity ecosystem – every account, action, and who is granted privileges,” said Robert Johnston, Adlumin CEO. “Adlumin’s security and compliance automation platform is designed to effortlessly interface with a complicated core banking system and catch breaches or failures.”

The threat detection software’s patent pending technology cuts through the core banking system’s complexities. It provides easy-to-understand data visualizations that clearly show which users have access, which actions were performed, and any potential breaches or threats.

The integrated security solution automatically ingests information from Symitar Episys and uses advanced data science to discover threats. It still allows credit unions the data processing and client support functionality of Episys while also monitoring transactions, customer data, and other sensitive assets accessible through the core banking system. Episys is known for its flexibility, easy integration with third-party applications, and the ability to grow along with a credit union. Adlumin’s technology efficiently scales with that growth and complements the system flexibility.

Credit unions’ core banking systems can fall victim to a security abyss because they are traditionally built on legacy technology platforms and are not intuitive for customers to navigate. Adlumin’s security solution bridges the abyss and alerts users to discrepancies in portions of the core banking system that otherwise have visibility limitations.

“Adlumin created the leading SIEM catered to modern financial institutions by working closely with our customers,” said Timothy Evans, Adlumin Senior Vice President, Business Development. “The new technology allows us to continue to satisfy credit unions’ evolving security and compliance needs.”

About Adlumin: Adlumin is a leading cybersecurity service provider based in Washington, DC, serving a variety of global financial sector and government clients. The company was founded under the desire to “add light” to customers’ cybersecurity processes through real-time threat detection, analysis, and response to ensure sensitive data remains secure. The Adlumin team continually evaluates and upgrades its revolutionary, machine learning-focused solutions to maintain the advantage over would-be intruders in the rapidly evolving cybersecurity sector.

Rob Johnston, Adlumin CEO, discusses Adlumin’s new Patent Pending Core Banking Security Technology Integration for Multiple Core Banking Systems

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 7, 2019

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Timothy Evans, Adlumin Senior Vice President, Business Development

timothy.evans@adlumin.com

(202) 352-8001 Ext: 11

 

Adlumin Launches Patent Pending Core Banking Security Technology Delivering Unprecedented Insight into the Fiserv Spectrum Core

Adlumin is the only U.S.-based cybersecurity firm to directly integrate security software with the Fiserv Spectrum core banking system.

Washington, DC. Credit unions can gain greater insight into their core banking system’s security with new technology from Adlumin, a cybersecurity company dedicated to defending corporate networks from threats, malfunctions, and IT operations failures. Adlumin’s patent pending core banking security software integrates seamlessly into credit unions’ networks and creates the ability to detect issues in real time. Institutions currently do not have that type of detailed visibility into the health of their core banking systems.

“This technology lets credit unions visualize the DNA of their business, including system logs, account privileges, and user activity,” said Robert Johnston, Adlumin CEO.

Adlumin is the only cybersecurity firm in the United States that allows a credit union to integrate its Fiserv Spectrum core banking system with its security ecosystem. The threat detection software monitors transactions, customer data, and other sensitive assets accessible through the core banking system, while maintaining the member services, rapid information transfer, and streamlined workflows available through Fiserv Spectrum.

Core banking systems are traditionally built on legacy technology platforms that are complicated for customers to navigate. They represent a black hole in the present-day security space, which introduces a potentially dangerous scenario. Adlumin’s integrated security solution automatically ingests data streams from the Fiserv Spectrum core. It identifies operational failures or breaches in portions of the core banking system that are neglected due to their complexity and visibility limitations.

This new technology builds on Adlumin’s existing line of dependable, easy-to-use network protection and financial compliance software. It is designed specifically to assist financial institutions with defending their networks while remaining in compliance with all major regulatory bodies.

“The best products are built by the best customers. That’s why the Adlumin SIEM is the leading SIEM for financial institutions – we work with our customers to build a product that meets their needs,” said Timothy Evans, Adlumin Senior Vice President, Business Development.

About Adlumin: Adlumin is a leading cybersecurity service provider based in the Washington, D.C. area, serving a variety of global financial sector and government clients. The company was founded under the desire to “add light” to customers’ cybersecurity processes through real-time threat detection, analysis, and response to ensure sensitive data remains secure. The Adlumin team continually evaluates and upgrades its revolutionary, machine learning-focused solutions to maintain the advantage over would-be intruders in the rapidly evolving cybersecurity sector.

Adlumin Adds a Centralized Dashboard to Their Multi-Tenant, Cloud-Native Security and Compliance Automation Platform

Abakis Console simplifies the managed service provider interface while ensuring robust breach detection and strict data segregation.

Arlington, VA. Adlumin, a cybersecurity company dedicated to defending corporate networks from threats, malfunctions, and IT operations failures, released their Abakis Console, a new user interface through which managed service providers can oversee multiple clients in one, centralized dashboard. This builds onAdlumin’s recent launch of Abakis, their premier multi-tenant, cloud-native security and compliance automation platform built specifically for managed security service providers. Abakis Console allows you to manage clients on an individual basis through a unified, streamlined user interface. You can easily rotate and pivot between clients to drill down into more detailed data streams.

“Abakis Console is a single entry point for managed service providers to monitor clients. It simplifies the user experience and cuts down on the time an MSSP must spend on administrative and organizational tasks,” said Robert Johnston, Adlumin CEO.

Abakis Console eases your workload while still prioritizing every client’s unique security and compliance obligations. It pulls high-priority data from each customer into the dashboard while maintaining the appropriate data segregation standards demanded by the most stringent compliance requirements.

“At no time does any client’s data interact with that of another client. Abakis Console ensures the robust security and breach detection performance our customers require, but it does so with a user-friendly interface that is easy to navigate,” said Dan McQuade, a software engineer at Adlumin.

Abakis Console highlights each customer’s breach detection activity with clear, color-coded charts and graphics as well as numerical identifiers and text descriptions. The dashboard feature is included as a core element of the Abakis product, further expanding the premium SIEM platform’s IT security and compliance capabilities.

About Adlumin: Adlumin is a leading cybersecurity service provider based in the Washington, D.C. area, serving a variety of global financial sector and government clients. The company was founded under the desire to “add light” to customers’ cybersecurity processes through real-time threat detection, analysis, and response to ensure sensitive data remains secure. The Adlumin team continually evaluates and upgrades its revolutionary, machine learning-focused solutions to maintain the advantage over would-be intruders in the rapidly evolving cybersecurity sector.

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Adlumin Launches Seamless Turnkey Data Retention Service for Financial Institutions

Snapshot 365 simplifies and automates PCI-DSS-required data storage.

ARLINGTON, VA. (PRWEB) NOVEMBER 01, 2018

Adlumin has launched an automated service called Snapshot 365 that allows financial institutions to instantaneously comply with data storage requirements. Snapshot 365 answers the need of financial institutios to store their firewall, security, and IT log data for the full 12 months, to comply with PCI-DSS requirements as well as FDIC and NCUA regulations.

Financial institutions face an increasingly alarming security environment in which hackers are breaching consumer data, ransomware attacks, and horror stories abound of data theft by disgruntled or terminated employees.

“Given that the average dwell time for the detection of threats is in excess of 200 days, Snapshot 365 provides a truly revolutionary addition to Financial Sector security and SIEM solution’s” said Adlumin Co-Founder and CEO Robert Johnston. “Snapshot 365 is more than an answer to regulatory requirements, it is a vital piece of a financial institution’s data security arsenal.”

Snapshot 365 gives customers access to three months of “hot” searchable encrypted data and nine months of “warm” encrypted data, all analyzed using Adlumin’s serverless artificial intelligence architecture. Snapshot 365 safely and securely stores data to ensure it is available to the bank or credit union at a moment’s notice.

Snapshot 365 uses a combination of hot and warm storage to lower the overall cost of the service. Typically, institutions can purge the data after a successful audit report is completed, then rely on the audit report to address any compliance questions that arise. In an audit, this kind of consistency can be the difference between passing and failing.

“A lot of banks and credit unions view data storage as a complicated task that they often avoid doing it, despite the regulatory requirements,” said Johnston. “That puts them at extreme risk of fines — or worse — should a breach occur. Snapshot 365 inexpensively automates the data storage process. You turn it on and it just works. No more risk, no more worry, no more hassle.”


Adlumin Introduces New Integrations to its Market Leading Cloud-Native AI SIEM Platform

ARLINGTON, VA. (PRWEB) OCTOBER 24, 2018

Adlumin has raised the bar yet again in helping corporations secure sensitive data, by developing and introducing their first-ever cloud-native AI-powered security information and event management (SIEM) technology that is easy to integrate, easy to use, and very cost effective.

“In today’s threat environment, companies need more than just data. They must be able to track and search a variety of data points simultaneously and in real-time — which is simply not possible relying on human analysis,” explained Johnston. “That’s the beauty of our proprietary serverless SIEM. We combine the power of AI with the efficiency of the cloud to deliver unparalleled user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) through a single pane of glass.”

Adlumin’s cloud-native AI collects and indexes data feeds from a comprehensive array of sources — including network traffic, web servers, VPNs, firewalls, custom applications, application servers, hypervisors, GPS systems, and preexisting structured databases — then runs sophisticated analytics and machine learning to determine what is anomalous and what is malicious. Adlumin’s SIEM integrations increase the value and efficacy of platforms such as Cisco, Carbon Black, Palo Alto Networks and many others.

“Adlumin makes the power of SIEM technology accessible and affordable,” said Co-Founder and CEO Robert Johnston. “Our cloud data capabilities bring the most cost efficient SIEM to the marketplace, freeing companies to benefit from the technology without needing a Ph.D. on staff to operate it. Even a young college graduate can operate this, because we use AI to do the heavy lifting of comparing across data points.”

This technology is especially needed by medium-sized and enterprise businesses,, which today face a growing array of cyber threats yet often have budget constraints that limit their ability to protect themselves.

About Adlumin
Adlumin was founded literally to “add light” to customers’ cyber security processes by helping them comply, detect, prioritize, and respond in real-time. Adlumin revolutionizes the way corporations secure sensitive data, by providing real-time visibility and analysis using machine learning and industry expertise from the world’s finest investigators and the U.S. intelligence community.