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Silobreaker launches new UI for its SaaS-based threat intelligence tool at Infosec Europe 2018

Silobreaker simplifies and streamlines threat intelligence work by aggregating, analysing and contextualising data from open and closed sources


London – 5th June 2018 –  Silobreaker will unveil a brand-new user interface for its groundbreaking threat intelligence Software-as-a Service (SaaS).


Silobreaker’s new UI design radically improves navigation across the platform. Improvements to analysis and alerting make it even easier to cut through noise and discover actionable insights, while searching tools have been revamped to offer additional context and clarity.  


“When we improved the UI, our most important consideration was to add value for analysts using the tool.” says Kristofer Mansson, CEO. “We took a lot of user feedback on board and created new and more efficient ways of contextualising and pivoting around indicators of compromise, threat actors, malware and other entities. We also made sure the tool would continue providing intuitive and high-level views of any topic, event or development.”


With the new UI, Silobreaker is now in an unrivalled position to offer customers an understanding of risk across the open and deep & dark web. Upgrades to analytical tools such as Time Series and Heat let users see how threats are evolving in real-time, and give analysts the context they need to escalate or remediate as necessary.


“We’ve worked with our leading deep & dark web partners to come up with more efficient ways of understanding how threat actors are operating in this space, what they are talking about, and why. Visualising how exploits are being leveraged on the dark web in tandem with open sources also means that companies can prioritize their resources as necessary.”


The new UI puts Silobreaker in a position to further evolve its offering as the threat intelligence analyst’s tool of choice.


Silobreaker will be showcasing these new features at its stand H204. If you are interested in finding out more about Silobreaker then please visit the Infosec stand or call +44 (0) 870 366 6737.

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