Recently, Gartner officially released the 2022 Market Guide for Security Orchestration, Automation and Response Solutions report, which provides a detailed analysis of the market trends of SOAR and gives relevant recommendations to help government and enterprise organizations on how SOAR can support and optimize the broader security operations capabilities. In the report, QAX is named as one of the Representative Providers.
The increasingly complex and systematic attacks in cyberspace have seriously impacted the security defense of governments, enterprises and organizations. In order to respond to security challenges more quickly, the security operations ushered in the automation era marked by "SOAR". Recently, Forrester, an international authoritative consulting firm, released the report "Now Tech: Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR), Q2 2022", which summarizes the current market landscape and trends of global Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR). Based on market share and functions, QAX and other providers around the world are listed in the Forrester report.
Beijing March 30-- Twenty military attaché from 18 Middle East and African countries visited QAX Group to communicate recent global network security and the products and service of QAX with Qi Xiangdong, chairman of QAX Group and Wu Yunkun, president of QAX Group.
BeiJing March 13—As the 2022 Beijing Winter Paralympic Games came to an end, QAX perfectly accomplished the network security safeguarding task for the Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, realizing “zero-cyber incident” achievement.
As a sponsor of PwC’s HackaDay 2021, QAX will participate in the event on December 1st, and will display and promote it during the event.
August 26-28, QAX will be held Beijing Cybersecurity Conference (BCS) 2021。
"Security and operations work separately, security capabilities are not fully integrated, massive alerts are tired of responding, communication depends on roaring operations, and system processes are idling...", the director of the information security center of a large central enterprise said that there are five major pain points in current security operations: people less than things, alert fatigue, slow response, knowledge lost, lack of collaboration. Security operations urgently needs to be upgraded.
The upgraded SkyEye system provides users with an all-in-one solution that enables advanced threat detection,analysis, retrospection and response. It integrates threat intelligence with self-developed detection engines, virtual-execution-based sandbox and machine leaning analysis models to help users accurately, efficiently and adaptively react to advanced threats.
Another paper published by QAX Technology Research Institute and cooperative academies has just won the best Paper Awards out of three nominators in DSN 2020 Conference.
Recently, experts from QAX Technology Research Institute, together with scholars from Tsinghua University, Fudan University and The University of Texas, completed an academic paper of HTTPS hijacking attack based on shared TLS certificate, which was