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Telefónica Launches Collaborative Security Community

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MADRID -- Telefónica has today launched Sinfonier, a collaborative security working environment which helps developers and researchers create and share their own digital intelligence. This is part of Telefónica’s commitment to robust cybersecurity solutions and its investment in in-house developments.

Sinfonier was born out of the need to provide real-time support in the processing of information gathered from different sources. It offers users, from security researchers and intelligence analysts to developers and security enthusiasts, free infrastructure so they can create topologies using the modules available in the community as well as custom modules which they can develop. Thanks to Sinfonier, users will be able to gather information from a wide range of sources, process it and enrich it, continuously and dynamically.

Sinfonier is made up of an open, collaborative community with a real-time framework (Apache-STORM) alongside an intuitive graphic interface and an abstraction layer to facilitate the development of new functions. Developers and researchers feed content into the algorithms in the form of topologies, maximising the use of information. Through this collaborative model information is obtained from a variety of sources and is transformed, thereby generating a digital intelligence environment which can then be used by all the users within the community in order to form their own intelligence algorithms and solutions.

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