London, 8 June 2022 – Silobreaker, a leading intelligence technology company, was named the winner of three coveted Global Infosec Awards from Cyber Defense Magazine – the second consecutive year the company has earned three awards for its innovations.

Silobreaker won awards in three categories including:

Most Innovative – for innovations in AI and machine-learning

Editor’s Choice – for its Threat Intelligence capabilities

Cutting Edge – for its work in Vulnerability Intelligence

“Silobreaker is one the most innovative, forward thinking and proactive cyber security companies and service providers on the planet, working to bring tomorrow’s cybersecurity solutions to market today,” said Gary S. Miliefsky, Publisher of Cyber Defense Magazine.

 “We’re delighted and honoured to see Silobreaker score a hat-trick in these awards for the second year running”, said Kristofer Mansson, CEO of Silobreaker. “Receiving these accolades is a testament to the truly unique intelligence technology and innovation Silobreaker provides to organisations across many sectors. Silobreaker is constantly looking for ways to improve its underlying technology and deliver value to our customers, these three awards are a tribute to our hardworking team who continue to push us forward.” To learn more about Silobreaker’s performance at this year’s Cyber Defense Awards, check out on the official website: 

About Silobreaker

Silobreaker helps business, security and intelligence professionals make sense of the vast amounts of data which exist in the world. Using innovative tools and visualisations, Silobreaker helps contextualise and analyse data from a variety of sources. In doing so, it allows users to track threats, vulnerabilities, and malicious actors, as well as monitor developments in a number of industries, flagging up incidents or events of interest to customers.

About CDM Global InfoSec Awards 

This is Cyber Defense Magazine’s tenth year of unveiling its top global Infosec innovators. Its submissions are open to any start-up, early-stage, late-stage or public companies in the information security (Infosec) space, who believe they have a compelling proposition for the product or service they offer to customers. Learn more about the awards at