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June 23, 2015
Haystax Technology Demonstrates Next-Generation Insider Threat Detection at GEOINT 2015

MCLEAN, Va., June 23, 2015 — Haystax Technology, Inc., a leading provider of advanced analytics and cybersecurity solutions, will demonstrate Carbon, the company’s next-generation threat management platform at GEOINT Symposium 2015 held in Washington, D.C. June 22-25 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. GEOINT Symposium, hosted and produced by the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF), is the nation’s largest gathering of intelligence professionals every year.

“Carbon offers a continuous evaluation of risk due to insider threats, even in highly complex, large organizations”

Located at booth 10093 on the show floor, Haystax will show many new enhancements to Carbon including a completely new user interface that integrates monitoring with investigative case management workflows. Designed for CSOs and analysts, Carbon is powered by Haystax’ patented Constellation analytics platform, which aggregates and analyzes large streams of real-time data based on decision makers’ requirements and routes the information to the right analyst for quick resolution.

“Carbon offers a continuous evaluation of risk due to insider threats, even in highly complex, large organizations,” said Haystax CEO William B. Van Vleet III. “With the new enhancements we’re showing at GEOINT, Carbon has become even easier to use and deploy for CSOs who need actionable insights without slowing down their day-to-day work.”

With tens of thousands of users within hundreds of mission critical organizations, Carbon optimizes the alerting process to align with an organization’s available resources, while reducing the need, cost and complexity of data integration. The predictive models are continuously updated based on the prevailing threat environment making it highly suitable for both detection and continuous evaluation of threats. Carbon focuses on actionable information by identifying the highest priority risks so that organizations can focus on what is most important.

Haystax customers include a wide array of public and private sector clients from commercial, defense, intelligence, federal, state and local public safety planning operations, school districts and major urban areas risk management agencies. Haystax solutions have protected high profile events including the Super Bowl, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Boston Marathons, the Indianapolis 500, the US Open, America’s Cup, the Emmy and Academy Awards.

For more information about GEOINT Symposium 2015, please visit here.

About Haystax Technology

Haystax Technology, Inc. is a leading provider of advanced analytics and cybersecurity solutions. Haystax provides a full range of services and analytic products to protect and certify mission-critical information and real-time actionable intelligence for total enterprise protection. Haystax solutions are relied upon every day to protect against threats to some of the most mission- critical and high profile networks and institutions in the world. Haystax Technology is headquartered in McLean, Virginia, with offices in Herndon, Virginia, Raleigh, North Carolina, and San Francisco. For more information about Haystax, visit http://www.haystax.com or follow Haystax on Twitter @haystaxtech.

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