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Silobreaker partners with Anomali to enrich results in leading threat intelligence platform

Silobreaker offers context from unstructured data for more holistic threat intelligence in the Anomali platform

 

London – 26 February 2019 – Intelligence technology company Silobreaker Ltd has today announced a partnership with Anomali Inc, a leading provider of cybersecurity threat intelligence solutions. The partnership brings together structured and unstructured threat data from Silobreaker into the Anomali Threat Platform, helping cyber intelligence analysts better understand the ‘who’, ‘what’ and ‘why’ behind an indicator of compromise without having to leave the Anomali platform.

 

“Companies are increasingly looking outside their networks for threat intelligence and unstructured data is the best resource for it,” said Silobreaker CEO Kristofer Mansson. “We are delighted to partner with Anomali, helping their users leverage technical observables in the threat intelligence platform with new and critical insights from both the open and dark web.”

 

In addition to enriching and contextualising observables, the integrated solution allows joint-customers to create customisable watch-lists in Silobreaker that automatically feed and populate Threat Models in Anomali with the latest information on threat actors, malware, vulnerabilities, products or any other Silobreaker entity.

 

“We are grateful for the close partnership we’ve had with Silobreaker in developing this integration. Silobreaker was the first partner to leverage our newly announced SDKs,” said Richard Betts, head of international business development at Anomali. “The Silobreaker integration offers new and novel ways for our customers to improve their data collection and analysis for threat intelligence purposes. We look forward to bringing this joint-offering to our clients.”

 

The partnership also places Silobreaker in the Anomali APP Store, an integrated marketplace of threat intelligence feeds and solutions. The APP Store partnership allows customers to access, evaluate and even procure Silobreaker solutions directly within the Anomali platform.

 

Silobreaker will demonstrate the new integration at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, 4-7 March 2019, booth #6579 North Expo. Book a demo here.

 

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About Silobreaker

Silobreaker is a technology company that helps security and intelligence professionals make sense of the overwhelming amount of unstructured 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, industries, threats, actors, malware, 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.

Website: www.silobreaker.com. Twitter: @Silobreaker.

 

About Anomali

Anomali detects adversaries and tells you who they are. Organizations rely on the Anomali Threat Platform to detect threats, understand the adversary, and respond effectively. Anomali arms security teams with machine learning optimized threat intelligence and identifies hidden threats targeting their environments. Anomali enables organizations to collaborate and share threat information among trusted communities and is the most widely adopted platform for ISACs worldwide. To learn more, visit www.anomali.com and follow it on Twitter: @anomali.

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