Recent News

VisiTrend is Hiring!

VisiTrend is currently seeking a Security Engineer and a Front-End Developer to help us bring out first product to market – check out our Careers page for more details!

December 3, 2013

VisiTrend plans to launch NDVis product offering in Spring 2014

VisiTrend plans to launch NDVis in Spring of 2014. NDVis is a visual analytics tool for cyber security that leverages big data. You can read more and sign up for updates at the NDVis product page here: http://visitrend.com/ndvis/

November 14, 2013

VisiTrend Article in Data Informed

The folks down at Data Informed did a nice little writeup of our technology – check it out here:

http://data-informed.com/using-the-science-of-perception-to-visualize-network-security-data/

June 3, 2013

John Langton invited to committee on workshop for cyber security visualization evaluation

John Langton has been invited to be on the committee on a workshop for cyber security visualization evaluation at this years ISI conference:

http://www.isiconference2013.org/pgs/workshop-on-cybersecurity-visualizations.php

April 15, 2013

VisiTrend awarded Air Force BAA contract to develop new visual analytics approaches

VisiTrend awarded Air Force BAA contract to research, design, and develop a system for Collaborative Visual Fusion Layers (CVFL). We will be focusing on methods that support collaborative fusion, analysis, and visualization of real-time data streams. Our continuing goal is to make visualization an interface, not just a reporting tool. This work will bring new visual analytics features to our products for understanding and managing cyber security data as well as responding to threats. We’ll update the website with new features and case studies as the project proceeds.

November 16, 2012

Paper on refactoring VisiTrend’s NDVis app featured at CSMR 2012

VisiTrend’s NDVis application was featured in a paper presented at CSMR 2012 about refactoring in software engineering. Check it out at: http://www.computer.org/portal/web/csdl/doi/10.1109/CSMR.2012.26

July 17, 2012

VisiTrend’s application NDVis presented at JavaOne

VisiTrend’s data analysis and visualization tool, called NDVis, was presented at JavaOne as an example of how to migrate an application to a module system. NDVis now uses the NetBeans module system to support plug-ins. Plug-ins enable users to select and add an arbitrary number of visualizations, simulators, model builders, data managers, and algorithms that are suitable for their particular requirements. Several new plug-ins are planned for development, and anyone can customize a plug-in for their particular requirements. The Session was titled: “The How-To of Migrating Legacy Applications to Module Systems” and held on 10/6/11, 12:30 – 13:30.

October 6, 2011

NDVis images part of research presented at CNS 2011

Anca Doloc-Mihu used NDVis to create images of neuroscience data as part of ongoing research. Findings were presented at the 2011 Computational Neuroscience conference (CNS) in Stockholm, Sweden.

August 1, 2011

Alex Baker joins VisiTrend

VisiTrend is happy to welcome our new Senior Software Engineer, Dr. Alex Baker Ph.D. Alex is the rare blend of scientist and software engineer who can not only tackle advanced research problems but also architect and engineer their solutions. We look forward to working with him to create new capabilities in interactive visual analytics.

June 1, 2011

Geertjan Wielenga of Oracle presents workshop on Netbeans Platform hosted by VisiTrend

Date: 3/28 – 4/01
Time: 9am – 5pm with breaks
Location: Brandeis University, Gardner Jackson Room in Goldfarb Library.
Directions:
Please use this page to get to Brandeis University
Parking: Stop by the guard house at main gate to get a parking sticker.
Simply state that you are here for an LTS hosted workshop in the Goldfarb Library.

Overview: Geertjan Wielenga from Oracle will present a week long workshop on the NetBeans Platform for rapidly building feature rich applications. The first 2-3 days will cover the official NetBeans Platform Certified Training and attendees will receive certification. The rest of the week will focus on various application-specific issues to highlight how the NetBeans Platform can be used to rapidly build featureful applications. While there is no cost for the workshop itself, interested parties will be asked to share hosting expenses with VisiTrend SM.

Bio: Geertjan Wielenga has worked on the NetBeans team for the past 7 years, helping to grow the community around the NetBeans Platform. He’s worked as lead technical writer for the NetBeans Platform, as well as technical trainer, and is currently an Oracle Principle Product Manager focused on the NetBeans Platform. He has a popular blog about the NetBeans Platform at http://blogs.oracle.com/geertjan.

March 28, 2011

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