BsidesNYC: Reservoir Presentation on “Moving Graph Analytics to Higher Dimensions to Discover Network Activity / Anomalies that are implicit in behavior – Connections in High Dimensions”

On Saturday January 20 in New York city, Reservoir’s Rich Lethin will present at BSidesNYC, explaining how computing and examining the spectrum of “high dimensional graphs” (or hypergraphs) can illuminate connections that are implicit, to reveal interesting activity in data such as event logs.  BSidesNYC is “an Information / Security conference that’s different. We’re a […]

FloCon 2018 Reservoir Presentation: Eliminating Barriers to Automated Tensor Analysis for Large Scale Flows

At FloCon2018, in Tucson, Arizona on Thursday, January 11, Reservoir’s James Ezick will present Reservoir’s work on applying the ENSIGN sparse tensor decomposition tools to large scale flows to detect anomalous or alarming behaviors. In the presentation, Jim will present our team’s research at the Supercomputing 2017 conference, where we used ENSIGN to analyze the […]