Splunk User Behavior Analytics snags CRN’s 2016 Products of The Year Finalist Ranking

crn-products-of-the-year-2016-400I’m pleased to share Splunk was named to CRN’s 2016 Products of The Year. Splunk User Behavior Analytics 2.2 was named a finalist in the Enterprise Software category, selected by CRN editors and the solution provider community at large. CRN’s recognition of Splunk UBA is a great honor and a testament to the hard work our team puts into ensuring our customers receive only the highest quality services.

CRN took many factors into account when determining ratings, including product quality and reliability, technical innovation, ease of integration, potential to drive revenue and fulfillment of market and customer demands.

CRN’s CEO Robert Faletra had the following to say:

“CRN’s Products of the Year certainly bring laudable innovations to market, but they represent much more than technical prowess alone. These valuable products stand at the intersection of technological excellence, outstanding profit potential and high customer demand. Solution providers will find that our 2016 Products of the Year list serves as a valuable, one-of-a-kind guide to the all-around best new products in today’s IT marketplace.”

Apart from our accolades, there are many reasons our customers love using Splunk UBA for their cybersecurity needs. Built on a big data framework, Splunk UBA is an out-of-the-box solution that helps organizations navigate the increased dangers of modern day threats. Whether threats come from external attackers or malicious insiders, Splunk UBA offers an analytics-driven approach to provide actionable results with risk ratings and supporting evidence, so users can quickly detect, respond to and investigate threats.

If you’d like to read more, here is the full list of CRN’s 2016 Products of the Year.

Haiyan Song
SVP, Security Markets

Haiyan Song
Posted by Haiyan Song

Haiyan Song has been with Splunk since 2014 and currently serves as our Senior Vice President, Security Markets. From 2012 to 2014, Ms. Song served as Vice President and General Manager of HP ArcSight, a security and compliance management company previously acquired by Hewlett-Packard Company. From 2005 to 2012, she served as Vice President of Engineering at ArcSight. Ms. Song previously served as Vice President of Engineering at SenSage, an event data warehousing company, from 2004 to 2005. She started her career at IBM/Informix, a database software company. Ms. Song is one of the thought leaders of the cyber security industry in the US. She is named Top 50 most powerful women in Technology in 2016 and 2017. Ms. Song holds a M.S. from Florida Atlantic University and studied Computer Science in Tsinghua University in China.

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