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Written by QOMPLX Staff | November 06, 2020

A cutting-edge spatial and temporal database system that supports Event-Condition-Action (ECA) rules to automatically trigger behaviors such as notifications or automated processes in real-time when anomalies or other user-defined conditions are met.

Written by QOMPLX Staff | November 06, 2020

A data extraction system that leverages existing, human-oriented interfaces to allow automated processes to collect and aggregate any data available to human users from widely diverse sources such as web pages or PDFs.

Written by QOMPLX Staff | November 06, 2020

A micro-service engine that enables integrated automation involving 3rd-party applications, designed to respond to arbitrary events and process the associated data to support triage and escalation workflows (such as notifications or other automated processes).

Written by QOMPLX Staff | November 04, 2020

QOMPLX is honored to be included in the InsurTech100 list published today by FinTech Global. The award recognizes the most innovative InsurTech companies serving the insurance industry.

Written by QOMPLX Staff | November 02, 2020

QOMPLX researchers are using the Starcraft real-time strategy game as a training ground for our work supporting advanced reinforcement learning and improved decision making using machine learning and artificial intelligence. Download the first in a series of reports describing our work.

Written by QOMPLX Staff | October 31, 2020

QOMPLX CEO Jason Crabtree is featured in a recent article by Dark Reading's Rob Lemos on why ransomware continues to plague businesses, despite widespread recognition of the problem.

Written by QOMPLX Staff | October 29, 2020

QOMPLX CEO Jason Crabtree is quoted in a recent Dark Reading article by Rob Lemos exploring the controversy over 'act of war' designations for major cyber events like the NotPetya malware attacks.

Written by QOMPLX Staff | October 26, 2020

For an incident response team, logs are digital canaries in the coal mine: the key indicator on which an entire incident response plan relies. So why do so many firms lack a coherent strategy for maintaining logs? In this QOMPLX Knowledge blog post, we talk about where to start.