Knowledge Platform

A low-code platform for knowledge-driven cybersecurity applications

Brinqa Knowledge Platform is a collection of shared capabilities for creating, managing, and operating enterprise-grade knowledge graphs. Design and develop low-code cybersecurity applications for a variety of use-cases while leveraging the power of a unified, dynamic, and robust knowledge source.

Data Design Studio
Implement a dynamic knowledge architecture with semantic data models that represent complex, context-rich information. Create entities and interconnects with hierarchical modeling of business functions, processes, infrastructure and apps.
Data Connector Framework
The assessment framework supports intelligent assessments that evolve with changing scope and state of analysis to reduce responder fatigue and ensure the highest quality of manual data collection possible. Assessments make extensive use of Brinqa Risk and Control Framework to go beyond static data collection and provide powerful control evaluation and gap identification.
Intelligence Engine
Develop new knowledge by applying automated reasoning to semantic data models, across massive volumes of data from diverse sources - enabling new and meaningful insights and driving desired outcomes.
Automation Engine
Increase productivity with efficient, automated data collection, normalization, correlation, analytics, response and reporting. Streamline remediation processes with automated creation, tracking and escalation of tickets and tasks.
Analytics Interface
Visualize and communicate knowledge and insights easily through self-service, user friendly metrics, reports and executive dashboards.
Big Data Graph Backend
Engage the power of the leading graph database - Neo4J - along with built-in load balancing, distributed processing and data recovery for true big data graph analysis.
Tailored User Experience
Easily customize application menus, views, navigation, facets, and almost every other UI element through code-less UI-based configuration.
Custom Application Development
Build new and extend existing applications to solve even the most complex data analysis problems with full control over every aspect of application design.

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Join us for a webinar on Nov 18 11:00a PT as we welcome Lead Forrester Consultant for 'The Total Economic Impact™ of Brinqa' study, guest speaker Mark Lauritano, to take a deep dive into the study’s methodology, key findings, quantified results, & more.

Join us on Nov 18 11:00a PT / 2:00p ET as we welcome Lead Forrester Consultant for the Brinqa Total Economic Impact™ study, guest speaker Mark Lauritano, to take a deep dive into the study’s methodology, key findings, quantified results, & more.

Brinqa announces findings from a commissioned Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study conducted by Forrester Consulting.

Apple has patched a vulnerability in macOS can allow attackers to bypass a key OS protection and install a malicious rootkit to perform arbitrary operations on a device, researchers from Microsoft have discovered.

Google’s Android November 2021 security updates plug 18 flaws in the framework and system components and 18 more in the kernel and vendor components.

Low-code application development combines high-performance enterprise-grade standardized platform features to do the heavy lifting, with the ability to inject secure, highly controlled customizations in the form of scripting code at strategic points in the solution architecture.

Out of 92 security vulnerabilities, 66 are rated critical in severity, mostly allowing code execution. The most severe can lead to information disclosure.

Microsoft’s October 2021 Patch Tuesday included security fixes for 74 vulnerabilities, one of which is an actively exploited zero-day.

Apple on Monday rushed out a security update for iOS 15.0.2 and iPadOS 15.0.2 to fix a remote code-execution (RCE) zero-day vulnerability that’s being actively exploited.

Risk-based cybersecurity programs put an emphasis on quantifying risk based on targeted intersections of IT, Security, & Business data to address specific cybersecurity problems. The quantified risk measurements are then used as a primary driver for cybersecurity decision making.

Join us for a webinar on Nov 18 11:00a PT as we welcome Lead Forrester Consultant for 'The Total Economic Impact™ of Brinqa' study, guest speaker Mark Lauritano, to take a deep dive into the study’s methodology, key findings, quantified results, & more.

Join us on Nov 18 11:00a PT / 2:00p ET as we welcome Lead Forrester Consultant for the Brinqa Total Economic Impact™ study, guest speaker Mark Lauritano, to take a deep dive into the study’s methodology, key findings, quantified results, & more.

Brinqa announces findings from a commissioned Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study conducted by Forrester Consulting.

Apple has patched a vulnerability in macOS can allow attackers to bypass a key OS protection and install a malicious rootkit to perform arbitrary operations on a device, researchers from Microsoft have discovered.

Google’s Android November 2021 security updates plug 18 flaws in the framework and system components and 18 more in the kernel and vendor components.

Low-code application development combines high-performance enterprise-grade standardized platform features to do the heavy lifting, with the ability to inject secure, highly controlled customizations in the form of scripting code at strategic points in the solution architecture.

Out of 92 security vulnerabilities, 66 are rated critical in severity, mostly allowing code execution. The most severe can lead to information disclosure.

Microsoft’s October 2021 Patch Tuesday included security fixes for 74 vulnerabilities, one of which is an actively exploited zero-day.

Apple on Monday rushed out a security update for iOS 15.0.2 and iPadOS 15.0.2 to fix a remote code-execution (RCE) zero-day vulnerability that’s being actively exploited.

Risk-based cybersecurity programs put an emphasis on quantifying risk based on targeted intersections of IT, Security, & Business data to address specific cybersecurity problems. The quantified risk measurements are then used as a primary driver for cybersecurity decision making.