For the sixth consecutive year, Silobreaker’s threat intelligence solution has been selected as a named supplier for listing on UK government’s public sector digital marketplace
Silobreaker, a leading security and threat intelligence firm, today announces that it has been selected as a named supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) G-Cloud framework. G-Cloud 13 is the latest version of the framework and replaces G-Cloud 12 as the UK’s public sector digital marketplace.
The G-Cloud 13 framework facilitates the purchase of technology by public sector organisations, enabling them to easily select and buy cloud computing services. This initiative encourages government departments, executive agencies and non-departmental public bodies to procure cloud-based IT services by improving the cost-efficiency, speed and simplicity of the process.
Government agencies around the world rely on Silobreaker’s threat intelligence capabilities for use cases ranging from cyber and physical security to risk intelligence and defence.
“We are proud to have earned the G-Cloud stamp of approval for the sixth consecutive year, and we look forward to bringing our threat intelligence technology to public sector organisations looking to make confident, intelligence-led decisions that reduce risk,” said Kristofer Mansson, CEO and co-founder, Silobreaker.
Silobreaker enables organisations to make confident intelligence-led decisions that reduce risk, by providing insights no other solution can match, at unprecedented speed. Aggregating a vast, unique collection of data from millions of open and dark web sources, we unlock relevant intelligence with context, across cyber, physical and geopolitics. This allows analysts to identify undetected threats and incidents early and deliver real-time reports at one-click, so decision-makers can make accurate decisions to mitigate risks.