Leading Educational Institutions Select Humio’s Data-Driven Security Platform

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According to a recent press release, “Humio, the only solution enabling live observability through fast, efficient and easily scalable log management, available for on-premises and cloud infrastructures, today announced Michigan State University (MSU) and University of Virginia (UVA), some of the largest educational institutions, deploy Humio on-premises for an instant and aggregated view of all relevant network security data sources to explore and manage and investigate ever increasing threats and vulnerabilities within one cost-effective platform.”

The release continues, “MSU and UVA are educational institutions recognized for their technological advancements. These universities are some of the largest educational establishments with a dedication to providing leading technological facilities to all students and staff. Humio’s data-driven observability platform enables organizations to understand large amounts of computer-generated data, structured and unstructured, correlate it and instantly identify security vulnerabilities and threats in any complex computing environments.”

Geeta Schmidt, CEO of Humio, commented, “We are honored MSU and UVA selected Humio’s data-driven security solution to enable incident responders and threat hunters the ability to instantly visualize, search and explore their network data… These universities require a real-time and scalable data and analytics solution to provide an effective defense against sophisticated threats to their environments. Humio is significantly advancing threat hunting capabilities with a comprehensive border security platform that encompasses all system data, both structured and unstructured, alleviating visibility challenges by offering a live, data-driven visibility approach and capabilities that strengthen monitoring and ensures success for IT teams.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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