Shine a Light on the Threat Inside

Security threats are never singular in scope. We designed our adaptive entity-analytics platform to surface the unseen.

Visibility: See Attacks Hidden Across Your Network


Indicators of compromise manifest themselves in different ways, depending on the type of attack. Interset collects and correlates events from a broad source of data classes, right out of the box.

Accuracy : Surface and Prioritize True Threats


Connect the dots of events related to an attack, and create a prioritized list of what needs to be investigated first and why. Security analysts will know where to start.

Extensibility: Make the Unknown Known


The bad guys are always finding new ways to exploit humans and machines. We’ve built a highly extensible analytics engine and platform that can add new data classes and analytics, quickly and effectively, to cover emerging threats.

Scalability: Meet Growing Data Demands


Interset is built on a big-data platform based on lessons learned from the BI teams at IBM. That’s why it can grow to meet the largest global deployments. The more data, the more our engine can detect and surface threats. Whether deployed on premise or in the cloud, Interset is built with powerful architecture to make it run fast.

Usability: Make Operational Deployments Successful


Because there are never enough seasoned analysts, Interset emphasizes ease of use to accommodate security teams of any size with appliance, cloud, or on-premise deployment options. Easy-to-understand user interfaces, human-tuneable analytics, automated machine learning, simple workflow models – all to ensure that Interset is an operational success.

How Is Interset Different?

Our platform comes with a broad set of data-class support and out-of-the box analytics models, with the ability to quickly add more

Our analytic models cover more threat surfaces and visualize each stage of an attack

We have best-in-class scalability to greater than 250K users

Our principled machine learning and advanced analytics engine are used by multiple agencies in the U.S. Intelligence Community