Home Science & Technology Aryaka collaborates with CarLagi-Melan University’s CyLab to develop new threat mitigation techniques

Aryaka collaborates with CarLagi-Melan University’s CyLab to develop new threat mitigation techniques


Aryaka announced a strategic partnership with CyLab, Carnegie Mellon UniversityThe Institute for Security and Privacy (CMU’s) to explore new ways to mitigate threats and implement innovative solutions for corporate networking and security.

Founded in 2003, CyLab is a public and private research institute of computer security and privacy at Carnegie Mellon University. With more than 100 core and affiliated faculty and 100 graduate students, it is one of the largest cybersecurity research centers in the United States. Aryaka’s partnership with CyLab will be to provide funding and industry expertise to assist in research and introduce innovative advanced security techniques to address today’s most pressing threats.

“Aryaka shares the future of CyLab’s enterprise security vision,” said Renuka Nadcarni, Aryaka’s Director of Products. “Together, we will develop and implement security techniques to protect against emerging and imminent risks and democratize it through open source for small and large businesses. Due to the acute shortage of cybersecurity skills, most businesses face enormous pressure and risk – when strong tools are available to everyone, we are increasingly protected. ”

“We were attracted to CyLab not only because of Carnegie Mellon’s reputation as an outstanding academic achievement, but also because of the holistic coverage and breadth of the program,” said Matt Carter, Aryaka’s CEO. “CyLab’s research in AI and ML benefits several departments at CMU: the humanities, engineering, business, psychology and even the social sciences. And the work of the Cabinet of Ministers with the heads of governments for many years has shaped the state security policy. “

Aryaka is also sponsoring the CyLab Future Enterprise Security (FutureEnterprise @ CyLab) initiative, an interdisciplinary approach to making sophisticated security solutions accessible to all. Sponsorship will connect Aryaka with students, academics and other key industry partners to make security more accessible and understandable to end users.

“We are excited to work with a company focused on next-generation networking and network security that serves a number of corporate customers in many key market verticals,” said Ves Sekar of CyLab, co-director of Future Enterprise Security and professor of electrical engineering and computing (ECE). ).

Sekar will co-host the initiative along with Louis Bauer of CyLab, a professor at ECE and the Software Research Institute.

“Aryaka joins FutureEnterprise @ CyLab to eliminate new vectors of threats and business risks associated with digital transformation as workloads are transferred to the cloud and remote workforce,” Renuka said. “We seek to collaborate with other industry partners and use CMU’s significant resources to combat rapidly evolving vectors of security attacks and make them available to all by openly seeking joint efforts.”

As the founder of this initiative, Aryaka will provide support at various levels of the program. This ranges from guiding research topics based on the latest challenges and threats faced by our clients, providing industry expertise, datasets for learning and creating AI models, feedback on the effectiveness of different methods, and hands-on experience for students through mentoring and internships. .

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