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Data Science
Artificial Intelligence Analytic Decision Support

With decades of experience in networking, security, big data, and analytics, BroadBridge Networks’ founders have discovered how to leverage Artificial Intelligence (AI) and telemetry automation to enrich your organization’s security posture, and speed the discovery & mitigation of security gaps.


Integrated Actionable Intelligence

Today’s security tools simply cannot keep pace with the explosive growth in data volumes on increasingly diverse, distributed, on-prem, private, and public cloud infrastructure. This contributes to an ever-expanding attack surface.

Broadbridge Networks solves these problems by integrating the industry’s first open and extensible Unified Data Model (UDM), with an in-memory uniform data pipeline, and an entirely new GPU based hyperscale compute architecture that improves performance at scale by multiple orders of magnitude.

Our distributed platform combines cognitive technologies, data science inspired analytic workflows, and advanced network visualization.  Utilizing this unique, unified end-to-end data pipeline, streamlining compute workloads across enrichment, inference, and analytics, real-time or forensic, all in a single common NDR environment.

BroadBridge LegionTM can be integrated into corporate vpc’s on both public and private clouds, on-prem, or in a hybrid ‘clustered’ deployment, depending on your security requirements.

If required, multiple sites can share visibility into a shared security landscape, sharing threat intel in real time, across multiple networks, in multiple locations.

Legion’sTM revolutionary Analyst WorkbenchTM then presents whole network risk analysis, a common operating picture, delivering insights in a way even non-data scientists understand.

Broadbridge’s Legion EncryptorTM secures high speed data between multiple LegionTM NDR’s using NSA CSFC (Commercial Solutions for Classidied) compliant AES-GCM-256 MACSec between multiple NDR environments, even between Classified networks.

This allows key decision makers to more easily share, interpret, and apply analytic insights to their combined network security posture and, mitigate against threats, even across multiple networks.