In our experience working with intelligence agencies, we know that analysts require interactive visualizations to plan for, monitor, analyze, and respond to cyber-threats and attacks. Our graph and data visualization software provides intelligence analysts with a unified view of geospatial data, network topologies, and asset attributes to make decisions in real-time. For example, to identify alternate routes and contingencies in advance to more quickly respond to suspicious activity.
Our premier partner, Oracle National Security Group, has invited us to showcase our jointly developed cyber-threat analysis solution, running on the Oracle Bare Metal Cloud, in their exhibition area.
Visit us to meet our graph and data visualization experts. See the industry's best graph visualization, layout, and analysis software.
Learn how to visualize suspicious activity and automatically reroute traffic to minimize persistent cyber threats.
To see unmatched layout, drawing quality, performance, agility, and scalability, try our demonstrations on:
Visit Tom Sawyer Software in the Oracle National Security Group booth to see our demonstrations first-hand. We will showcase how to visualize, navigate, and analyze intelligence data in desktop and web-enabled applications.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to see the GDELT* Global Knowledge Graph in a unified view for analysis and visualization of geographic information and network topologies combined with timelines, link analysis, maps, and more.
Watch this video to get a sneak peek of our solution for visualizing and analyzing a crime network.
Click here to explore our Network Topology solutions to see how analysts can design, monitor and manage networks to combat cyber-threats.
* Global Database of Events, Language, and Tone
Hosted and produced by the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Chief Information Officer, the annual Department of Defense Intelligence Information System (DoDIIS) Worldwide Conference provides attendees with the opportunity to interact with senior leaders from the Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, and industry. This year's theme, "Dominating Cyberspace Against Persistent Threats," focuses on the need to develop new and better ways to respond to persistent cyber threats, not just monitor them.