www.crn.com| July 5, 2016
Gurucul is planting a stake in the growing market for security risk and user behavior analytics. The Los Angeles-based company — tying together key factors such as what information a user has access to, what privileges he or she has and what information he or she should have access to — uses machine learning to provide risk and behavioral analytics to pinpoint and prioritize threats, and provide context behind user behavior in an organization. This year, Gurucul dove headfirst into the channel, launching its inaugural partner program and naming its first channel chief in June.
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