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Series B | Alive

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$35M | 2 yrs ago

About Cybersixgill

Cybersixgill operates as a cyber threat intelligence company. The company's platform provides organizations with continuous monitoring, prioritized real-time alerts, and actionable intelligence. Its advanced data mining and social profiling, cybersixgill examines threat actors and their patterns of behavior, identifying and predicting cybercrime and terrorist activity. It primarily serves the cybersecurity sector. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Headquarters Location

Derech Menachem Begin 132, Azrieli Tower Triangle Building, 42nd Floor

Tel Aviv, 6701101,


+972 9 3730037


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Enterprise Tech / Cybersecurity

The threat intelligence platforms market offers solutions to address the challenges faced by security teams in protecting their organizations from cyber threats. These platforms aggregate and correlate data from various sources, including internal security logs, external threat feeds, dark web monitoring, and open-source intelligence. The data is enriched with AI to create profiles & patterns of m…

Cybersixgill named as Outperformer among 15 other companies, including FireEye, Palo Alto Networks, and Splunk.

Cybersixgill's Products & Differentiators

    Investigative Portal

    By combining unparalleled collection capabilities with search functionality and security automation, the Investigative Portal provides exclusive, real-time access to Cybersixgill’s complete body of hundreds of millions of correlated intelligence items from the deep, dark and clear web, including historical data dating back to the 90s, deleted posts, invite-only messaging groups and millions of threat actor profiles. With autonomous extraction and prioritization using advanced machine learning techniques, the Portal delivers unmatched contextual visibility into the organizational threatscape in real-time, as well as custom alerting, monitoring and actionable recommendations for remediation tailored to each customer’s unique assets and needs - all through a single, searchable, SaaS visualized investigation platform.


Research containing Cybersixgill

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Cybersixgill in 2 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Jan 25, 2023.

Expert Collections containing Cybersixgill

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Cybersixgill is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Regtech.



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Technology that addresses regulatory challenges and facilitates the delivery of compliance requirements. Regulatory technology helps companies and regulators address challenges ranging from compliance (e.g. AML/KYC) automation and improved risk management.



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Cybersixgill Patents

Cybersixgill has filed 2 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • computer security
  • computer security exploits
  • cyberwarfare
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Latest Cybersixgill News

Industrial Cybersecurity Predictions for 2024 - Part 3

Jan 10, 2024

The need for proactive cybersecurity combined with continued tool consolidation will underscore the necessity of cyber threat intelligence in critical business decision-making. Cybersixgill predicts that in 2024, more companies will adopt Threat Exposure Management (TEM), a holistic, proactive approach to cybersecurity, of which cyber threat intelligence (CTI) is a foundational component. As a result, they will need robust CTI solutions delivering focused insights to mitigate business and operational risk significantly. Cybersixgill also predicts that the consolidation of CTI will gain prominence as it combines with other capabilities, including attack surface management, digital risk protection, and AI. CTI will be viewed as a strategic enabler as organizations assess incumbent vendors' benefits. Chandrodaya Prasad, SonicWall Executive Vice President of Product Marketing: Quantum-Resistant Cryptography Will Become Reality. With the advancement of quantum computing, traditional cryptographic algorithms, especially those used in public key infrastructures (like RSA and ECC), are potentially at risk. Quantum computers, once they reach a certain capacity, can theoretically break these cryptographic algorithms in polynomial time. In September, NIST published new quantum encryption standards for algorithms designed to withstand an attack by quantum computers. As we move closer to realizing practical quantum computers, there will be an accelerated push towards 'post-quantum' or 'quantum-resistant' cryptographic algorithms. By 2024, we will see more widespread adoption and standardization efforts for these algorithms and a transition phase where systems support both classical and quantum-resistant algorithms to ensure compatibility and security. Bobby Cornwell, Vice President Strategic Partner Enablement & Integration at SonicWall : Third-Party Vendors Will be Scrutinized in the Coming Year. We all know a network’s security is only as strong as its weakest link, but what many organizations fail to account for are all the links of the third-party vendors who have direct touches within a company’s networked environment. This includes contractors, freelancers, and vendors that interface with a company on a constant basis. While a company may have the most protected fortress on the planet, if they don’t know how their vendors are handling their OWN security, that’s where the next attack may come from. ‘23 saw third-party breaches dominate breach notifications, and in ’24, we expect to see more companies scrutinizing the security posture of everyone they’re working with outside the company’s protected network. Expect More Medical Devices and Telehealth Platforms to Come Under Attack. Internet-connected medical equipment can be expensive. When a hospital invests in a new device, they expect it will give them many years of use. But what happens when the original device maker stops developing updates for it? It’s not always as easy as buying a new one, especially if said device costs hundreds of thousands of dollars. Suddenly, that priceless device has become an inexpensive threat vector. In 2024, we expect to see an increase in medical device hacks that will enable cybercriminals to target medical devices to steal patient data, disrupt healthcare operations, or even harm patients. We believe we'll also see threat actors targeting telehealth platforms. A compromised telehealth platform can enable a bad actor to steal patient data, disrupt healthcare operations, and even impersonate healthcare professionals. Latest in Cybersecurity

Cybersixgill Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Cybersixgill founded?

    Cybersixgill was founded in 2014.

  • Where is Cybersixgill's headquarters?

    Cybersixgill's headquarters is located at Derech Menachem Begin 132, Azrieli Tower, Tel Aviv.

  • What is Cybersixgill's latest funding round?

    Cybersixgill's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did Cybersixgill raise?

    Cybersixgill raised a total of $56M.

  • Who are the investors of Cybersixgill?

    Investors of Cybersixgill include Elron Ventures, Falcon Fund, REV Venture Partners, OurCrowd, Bright Pixel Capital and 6 more.

  • Who are Cybersixgill's competitors?

    Competitors of Cybersixgill include ZeroFox, Cyble, Cobwebs Technologies, Recorded Future, Digital Shadows and 7 more.

  • What products does Cybersixgill offer?

    Cybersixgill's products include Investigative Portal and 3 more.

  • Who are Cybersixgill's customers?

    Customers of Cybersixgill include Radware and CyberProof.


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