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Silobreaker selected for G-Cloud 11

 

Silobreaker has been added to the UK Government G-Cloud procurement framework once again. This inclusion in G-Cloud’s eleventh instalment reaffirms that Silobreaker meets the public sector standards.

 

LONDON – 31 July 2019 – Silobreaker announces yet another successful submission for the UK Government Cloud, G-Cloud 11.

 

G-Cloud 11 allows UK public sector bodies to choose and buy cloud computing services. The G-Cloud initiative enables and encourages government departments, executive agencies and non-departmental public bodies to source cloud-based IT services. Linking directly to approved suppliers, the portal makes the procurement process more efficient and cost-effective.

 

Government agencies around the world are currently utilising Silobreaker’s OSINT threat intelligence capabilities for several use cases including cyber security, risk intelligence and defence. 

 

About Silobreaker

Silobreaker helps business, 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 and industries, threats, compromises, actors, instabilities, geopolitical developments or any other topic, incident or event. For more information: www.silobreaker.com

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