Fintech / Cybersecurity

Threat Intelligence

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What is Threat Intelligence?

As high-value targets, banks require an understanding of the threat landscape to thwart potential attacks and reduce the risk of account compromise. Threat intelligence companies provide solutions that monitor the dark web for compromised credentials, deceive hackers with fake targets or virtual traps (i.e. honeypots), or provide information on the latest cyber threats and tactics of hackers.

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Leaders

Leaders are the most established service providers in the market and possess the breadth to address various customer needs.

See why these companies made it as leaders for Threat Intelligence. These companies include Anomali and SpyCloud.

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Anomali

United States / Founded Year: 2013

Anomali provides a platform for earlier detection and identification of adversaries in an organization's network by correlating tens of millions of threat indicators against real time network activity logs and up to a year or more of forensic log data.

Key People

Ahmed Rubaie, Hugh Njemanze, Jon Skoglund, and 2 more

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SpyCloud

United States / Founded Year: 2016

SpyCloud offers a breach data collection and curation platform to power account takeover (ATO) prevention and fraud investigations solutions. ATO prevention from SpyCloud protects consumer and employee accounts from ATO attacks by proactively defeating fraud attempts and disrupting the ability for criminals to profit from stolen information. Access to over 100 billion breach assets helps investigators from law enforcement, task forces, and enterprises in the pursuit of bringing cybercriminals to justice.

Key People

David Endler, Ted Ross, Jerry Karels, and 2 more

Highfliers

Highfliers are the most innovative service providers in the market and possess the resources to address evolving customer needs.

See why these companies made it as highfliers for Threat Intelligence. These companies include Cybersixgill and ZeroFox Holdings.

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Cybersixgill

Israel / Founded Year: 2014

Cybersixgill is a cyber threat intelligence company that covertly and automatically analyzes Dark Web activity detecting and preventing cyber-attacks and sensitive data leaks before they occur. Utilizing advanced algorithms, Cybersixgill's cyber intelligence platform provides organizations with continuous monitoring, prioritized real-time alerts, and actionable intelligence. Through advanced data mining and social profiling, Cybersixgill examines threat actors and their patterns of behavior, identifying and predicting cybercrime and terrorist activity.

Known Customers

Scitum

Key People

Sharon Wagner, Dikla Pinto, Elad Lavi, and 2 more

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ZeroFox Holdings

United States / Founded Year: 2013

ZeroFox protects organizations from the risks introduced by social networking and digital communication platforms. The company's software continuously monitoring social platforms for cyber attacks, information loss, social engineering campaigns, account compromise and fraud,

Known Partners

Exabeam, Cyware Labs, Hootsuite, and 2 more

Key People

Hillary Herlehy, Christopher Cullison, James Foster, and 2 more

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Kenna Security

United States / Founded Year: 2010

Kenna Security is a software-as-a-service risk and vulnerability Intelligence platform that accurately measures risk and prioritizes remediation efforts before an attacker can exploit an organization's weaknesses. Kenna Security accomplishes this by automating the correlation of customer vulnerability data, threat data, and 0-day data, analyzing security vulnerabilities against active Internet breaches.On May 14th, 2021, Kenna Security was acquired by Cisco. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Key People

Ed Bellis, Jeff Heuer, Karim Toubba, and 1 more

Outperformers

Outperformers are the most specialized service providers in the market and possess the expertise to address unique customer needs.

See why these companies made it as outperformers for Threat Intelligence. These companies include TrapX Security.

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TrapX Security

United States / Founded Year: 2012

TrapX Security provides cloud-based and on-premises cyber-security solutions. With the TrapX 360 platform, enterprises are able to detect and analyze Zero-Day and undetected malware used by the world's most destructive Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) organizations, build threat profiles, block attacks, and automatically remediate damage inflicted on IT ecosystems.On February 1st, 2022, TrapX Security was acquired by Commvault at a valuation between $20M and $30M.

Key People

Efrat Ben Meir, Guy Waizel, Steve Preston

Challengers

Challengers are the most promising service providers in the market and possess the agility to address emerging customer needs.

See why these companies made it as challengers for Threat Intelligence. These companies include IntSights and Flashpoint.

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IntSights

United States

IntSights is a security provider for cyber threats from the dark, deep, and open web. In an effort to curb the possibility of human error or loss of data when interpreting threat reports, IntSight's platform provides multi-source, extensive intelligence coverage, an analytics engine that prioritizes the vast amount of collected intelligence, and the capability to translate the critical pieces of intelligence into immediate actions.On July 19th, 2021, IntSights was acquired by Rapid7 at a valuation of $335M.

Known Partners

Splunk, SPECTRAMI, CrowdStrike, and 2 more

Key People

Guy Nizan, Gal Ben David, Eyal Katz, and 2 more

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Flashpoint

United States / Founded Year: 2011

Flashpoint delivers Business Risk Intelligence (BRI) to allow business units and functions across organizations to make better decisions and mitigate risk. The company's Deep & Dark Web data, expertise, and technology enable customers to glean intelligence that informs risk and protects their ability to operate. Fortune 500 companies and government organizations utilize Flashpoint's intelligence across the enterprise, including bolstering cybersecurity, confronting fraud, detecting insider threats, enhancing physical security, assessing M&A opportunities, and addressing vendor risk and supply chain integrity. For corporations with limited experience availing themselves of Deep & Dark Web intelligence, Flashpoint has tailored offerings that deliver comprehensive reporting and monitoring on its behalf.

Known Partners

Cyware Labs, Chainalysis, RiskIQ, and 1 more

Key People

Josh Lefkowitz, Donald Saelinger, Josh Devon, and 2 more

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Digital Shadows

United Kingdom / Founded Year: 2011

Digital Shadows provides a digital risk management platform which combines scalable data analytics with human analysis to give customers the context and awareness they need to protect their digital footprint from digital risks including cyber threats, data exposure, brand exposure, VIP exposure, infrastructure exposure, physical threat, and third party risk.

Key People

Alastair Paterson, Bryan O Neil, Ben J

What is Threat Intelligence?

As high-value targets, banks require an understanding of the threat landscape to thwart potential attacks and reduce the risk of account compromise. Threat intelligence companies provide solutions that monitor the dark web for compromised credentials, deceive hackers with fake targets or virtual traps (i.e. honeypots), or provide information on the latest cyber threats and tactics of hackers.

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