Flare operates as a safety intelligence service provider. It offers alerting, incident avoidance, and detection via mobile applications or hardware. It was founded in 2018 and is based in Liverpool, United Kingdom.
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Mar 28, 2023
News Provided By Share This Article Flare launched Flare's AI Powered Assistant to enhance security teams' ability to respond to rapidly emerging threats by leveraging cutting edge LLMs. At Flare we believe that the utilization of AI advancements is the next step in our mission of democratizing cybersecurity for all.” — Norman Menz, CEO at Flare MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA, March 28, 2023/ EINPresswire.com / -- GPT INTEGRATION ENHANCES FLARE CYBER THREAT INTELLIGENCE PLATFORM: DRIVING RAPID INFORMATION ANALYSIS, LANGUAGE AND CYBERCRIME JARGON TRANSLATION, AND EVENT EXPLANATION Montreal, Quebec, Canada – Today, Flare announced Flare’s AI Powered Assistant feature to enhance security teams’ ability to respond to rapidly emerging threats. Flare’s AI Assistant leverages cutting edge large language models (LLMs) into Flare’s innovative exposure detection platform . This strategic move will empower cybersecurity teams to rapidly synthesize information, translate foreign language results from dark web forums, Telegram channels, and explain complex technical events, significantly enhancing their ability to protect organizations from rapidly emerging cyber threats. Key benefits of integrating generative AI into the Flare platform include: 1. Rapid Information Analysis: Flare’s AI Assistant leverages LLM’s advanced natural language processing capabilities to examine vast amounts of data and extract crucial insights in real-time, significantly speeding up the threat assessment process. 2. Contextualized and Translated Reporting: Cybersecurity teams often face language barriers when dealing with global cyber threats. LLM’s ability to quickly translate complex foreign language dark web posts for human-readability can rapidly speed up investigations. 3. Explanation of Technical Events: Cyber threat events can be intricate and challenging to comprehend. LLM’s capacity to simplify and explain complex scenarios will aid cybersecurity teams in making well-informed decisions and swiftly implementing appropriate countermeasures. “At Flare we believe that the utilization of AI advancements is the next step in our mission of democratizing cybersecurity for all,” said Norman Menz, CEO at Flare, “Threat actors are already leveraging AI applications to commit increasingly sophisticated cybercrimes at scale. We’re evolving with generative AI to overcome and exceed threat actors’ capabilities. With this approach, we empower cyber teams to better protect their organizations with the best technology available.” Flare is a leading external cyber risk monitoring provider based in Montreal, Canada. Founded in 2017, Flare enables organizations to protect their data, financial resources, and reputation by continuously monitoring threats caused by human error and malicious actors. Our technology improves visibility, enhances transparency and reduces mean-time-to-remediation (MTTR) by detecting and prioritizing data leaks and other cyber risks. Eric Clay
Flare Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Flare founded?
Flare was founded in 2018.
Where is Flare's headquarters?
Flare's headquarters is located at 3a Bridgewater Street, Livepool.
Who are Flare's competitors?
Competitors of Flare include Arvist and 4 more.
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Buddywise provides a software platform. It uses computer vision and machine learning to automate and improve industrial safety monitoring and workplace injury mitigation. Its mobile application allows a streaming camera to register in the system and share alerts and updates using account metadata right from the application. It serves manufacturing, ports, logistics, steel, energy, and other sectors. The company was founded in 2020 and is based in Stockholm, Sweden.
Secova provides customized solutions for the administration of employee benefits and human resources, resulting in more efficient HR operations, increased data visibility, and comprehensive auditing capabilities.
VelocityEHS develops a platform for environmental, social, and governance goals. The company's solution allows firms to tackle EHS & ESG challenges, create more efficient workflows, reduce costs, and drive sustainable outcomes. VelocityEHS was founded in 1996 and is based in Chicago, Illinois.
SIERA.AI develops artificial intelligence (AI) enabled internet-of-things (IoT) devices and software-as-a-service (SaaS) platforms to digitize industrial mobility. It offers fleet solutions, maintenance solutions, dealership solutions, metrics, analytics, environment, health, and safety (EHS) solutions, and more. The company was formerly known as Stocked Robotics. It was founded in 2017 and is based in Austin, Texas.
Kelvin TOP-SET teaches businesses how to investigate incidents, understand the causes, and prevent them from happening again. It offers courses such as 3-day senior investigator, 1-day investigator, introductory investigator, incident investigation, investigation support, and more. It was founded in 1986 and is based in Irvine, United Kingdom.
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