There’s a great scene at the end of Moneyball where John Henry, owner of the Red Sox, is talking to Billy Beane, GM of the Oakland A’s.
John Henry: [to Billy] “I know you are taking it in the teeth, but the first guy through the wall... he always gets bloody... always. This is threatening not just a way of doing business... but in their minds, it's threatening the game. It's threatening the way they do things... and every time that happens, whether it's the government, a way of doing business, whatever, the people who are holding the reins - they have their hands on the switch - they go batshit crazy”.
John Henry is right. There’s always a legacy way of doing things and then there is the evolution of that.
This is exactly where Cynamics finds itself today—at the forefront of that evolution. We are fundamentally altering the landscape when it comes to threat-prediction, network detection and response. Leveraging proprietary algorithms together with advanced AI and machine learning, Cynamics provides threat prediction and full visibility - at speed and scale. Cynamics’ Network Blueprint technology utilizes advanced sampling techniques to minimize the resource demand on the network, so only 1% of network traffic provides 100% visibility. No blind spots or latency.
As the only AI-based threat prediction solution—we’re “the first guys through the wall”. We deliver a next-generation capability that rapidly detect threats, attacks & anomalies across complex terrestrial, SATCOM & hybrid networks. We identify behaviors associated with next-generation attacks—attacks we’ve never seen before—attacks where no signature even exists. We offer state-of-the-art protection with surgical precision, allowing you to proactively protect the most critical assets across your entire network—not just a piece of it.
The reality is cyber isn’t static. The bad guys certainly aren’t static. Technology must push the envelope to get critical agencies to the next-level of comprehensive enterprise-wide protection. Defense-in-depth is a posture that will endure. Best-of-breed technologies will certainly continue to be leveraged. But today, with China & Russia “currently representing the broadest, most active, and persistent cyber espionage threat to U.S. Government and private-sector networks”, government agencies must explore next-generation capability and continue to evolve with a constantly changing threat landscape.