Securboration, Inc. delivered and deployed a production version of their Cyber Semantic Account Monitoring System (C-SAMS) to the United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) Global C4 Coordination Center (GCCC). C-SAMS supports an organization’s need to proactively monitor how their information technology resources are being used. C-SAMS uses a combination of statistical and semantic modeling and analysis techniques to develop models of expected and/or allowable user behavior and then proactively monitors the system, detecting deviations from those behaviors. C-SAMS continues to be enhanced as a Commercialization Pilot Program (CPP) Project formalized with a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Technology Transition Plan (STTP) agreement between Securboration, Inc., Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and USTRANSCOM.
Securboration has teamed with Intelligent Automation, Inc. (IAI) on an Air Force Phase II contract for a Survivable and Secure Content Distribution System for Military Operations. The constantly growing size of the data demanded for military operations has created stress on providing that data through military content distribution systems. Securboration brings their experience with semantic technologies to reduce that stress by modeling security and priority of data with supporting network infrastructure to provide automated decisions for data delivery.
Securboration President, Bruce McQueary, will be presenting at the 2012 Semantic Tech & Business Conference in San Francisco, California. The conference is June 3-7, 2012 and will include topics such as Big Data, Context/Sentiment Analysis, Semantic Information Architecture and more. Mr. McQueary will be discussing applying semantics-based content analysis to understanding the effects of weak signals in diverse environments including understanding weak signals indicators in social media.