Through this lab, both parties release collaborative Cyber Threat Hunting tool
KPMG in Singapore and the Agency for Science, Technology and Research’s (A*STAR) I2R today unveiled their first jointly developed cyber threat hunting tool. The KPMG Cyber Threat Hunting Solution is ready for deployment for interested
The joint lab was launched in July 2018, and this cyber threat hunting tool represents the first key milestone of the three-year Master Research Collaboration Agreement. KPMG in Singapore is the first professional services firm to have a joint lab with A*STAR’s I2R.
The joint lab between KPMG and A*STAR’s I2R was started with a keen focus on establishing a data-science powered laboratory in the professional services sector. Through this lab, both parties aim to translate research into solutions that will address real-world challenges.
This cyber threat hunting tool is able to identify malicious and suspicious activities that would otherwise remain undetected. It extracts and processes
“This momentum will be carried on, and we will see the continuous development of this cyber threat hunting tool, and other digital and cyber offerings in the near future. With these increased capabilities, it will help KPMG bring more valuable solutions to
Prof. Dim-Lee Kwong, Executive Director of A*STAR’s I2R, said: “In every collaboration that I2R has, we focus on how we can