Analyzing Cyber Threat
Tom Sawyer Software demonstrates new products alongside Oracle
Tom Sawyer Software (Booth 1526) provides organizations with sophisticated graph and data visualization for geospatial intelligence analysis. The company works with defense systems integrators and U.S. federal customers on mission-critical projects.
“Our company name, Tom Sawyer Software, says a lot about our philosophy and what it means to try to build a great company—it’s a long journey down a winding river,” said CEO Brendan Madden. “Great things don’t come easily, we believe in building something that lasts.”
The company’s flagship product is Tom Sawyer Perspectives, which helps clients analyze cyber threats and criminal activity on a global scale. U.S. federal customers have used the technology for several years to filter, visualize, and analyze more than one trillion entities—people, events, places, and activities—from foreign and domestic sources.
At its GEOINT 2017 booth, Tom Sawyer Software highlights how to visualize, navigate, and analyze GEOINT data in desktop and web-enabled applications. Additionally, Oracle (Booth 1939) and Tom Sawyer Software are both showcasing a cyber threat analysis solution jointly developed by the two companies.
Tom Sawyer Software is also highlighting its new Tom Sawyer Maps functionality that combines the power of the company’s existing rule-based drawing views and the OpenLayers map library.
Image courtesy of Tom Sawyer Software.
Posted in: From the Floor, GEOINT Symposium Tagged in: 2017 Show Daily Day 4, Applications, Cybersecurity, Software
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