SynSaber has added new Dynamic Pipeline functionality to the company’s platform, providing customers with improved scalability and flexibility.

Building on the product launched in February 2022, this update includes a set of features and capabilities to collect, analyze and persist data at the OT edge. SynSaber was specifically designed to bring advanced visibility to industrial networks (oil and gas, water and electric utilities, advanced manufacturing) so that organizations can deploy and scale quickly, integrate with current technology and detect threats to protect critical business assets.

“SynSaber partners with some of the nation’s largest critical infrastructure operators to protect and provide visibility into how ICS/OT assets are exposed to potential cyberattacks,” said Jori VanAntwerp, Co-Founder/CEO from SynSaber.

“With our latest platform update, customers are now able to extend visibility and flexibility across the organization for cybersecurity to act as a business continuity vehicle and enable operators and asset owners to prevent operational disruption,” VanAntwerp continued.

Main benefits of Dynamic Pipeline:

  • Users can modify data sources, processors and destinations in real time, allowing dynamic configuration changes without interruption of visibility.
  • Pipeline configuration can be modified and deployed within SynSaber visual interface.

The ability to dynamically configure Saber sensors from a visual interface allows for greater control and ease of access. In addition to the improved scalability and flexibility provided by the dynamic pipeline, the v1.1.0 update includes enhancements to some of the existing features of SynSaber’s v1.0.0 release.

These feature enhancements include:

  • Custom feed module enables near real-time data processing and analysis and asset identification.
  • Improved Syslog support enables fast and efficient communication with existing infrastructures and technologies.

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