Silobreaker joins FS-ISAC’s Affiliate Partner Program


London – 8th February 2019 – Silobreaker, a technology company that aggregate, analyse and contextualise open source digital information, has announced it is joining the Affiliate Partner Program of the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC). FS-ISAC is the only industry forum for collaboration on critical security threats facing the global financial services sector.


Silobreaker’s products are often used by clients in the banking sector to analyse and make sense of unstructured data for threat intelligence purposes. Joining the FS-ISAC is an honour for Silobreaker as it continues to demonstrate its commitment to the industry. Silobreaker will be one of the sponsors of the FS-ISAC Annual Summit in Orlando on 28 April – 1 May 2019.




About Silobreaker

Silobreaker helps business, security and intelligence professionals make sense of the overwhelming amount of data on the web. By providing powerful tools and visualisations that cut through noise and analyse data from hundreds of thousands of open sources, Silobreaker makes it easy for users to monitor and research companies and industries, threats, compromises, actors, instabilities, geopolitical developments or any other topic, incident or event. Customers save time by working more efficiently through large data-sets and improve their expertise, knowledge and decision-making by examining and interpreting contextually relevant data more easily. Follow us on Twitter at @Silobreaker.

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