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Silobreaker showcases mission planning and cyber security credentials at MoD Symposium

The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) 2016 Defence Information Symposium was held last month at Chelsea FC’s Stamford Bridge Stadium in London. Themed around innovation and disruption, the event was attended by the MoD, military decision-makers and industry leaders.

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Max demonstrates Silobreaker during the Symposium.

During the event, Silobreaker was part of a simulated journey through the armed forces – from joining, to training and deployment, to leaving the MoD, to life beyond. The journey took participants through a seamless experience of products and services, bringing together best-in-industry partners to create richer, more productive and integrated experiences in near real-time.

Symposium delegates were also able to visit the an ‘Expert Zone’ where products (including Silobreaker) for DevOps, Integrated Security and End-to-End Service Management were displayed and demonstrated.

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Silobreaker as part of a simulated journey through the armed forces.

Silobreaker’s OSINT products provided medical threat intelligence for mission planning and security intelligence during the simulated mission of the journey. In the Expert Zone, Silobreaker displayed its cyber threat intelligence capabilities. Attendees could track the connections between geopolitical events and social media campaigns promoting new cyberattacks, extracting indicators of compromise and actionable intelligence to enable timely response and prevention.

“The experience of participating in this event to demonstrate tomorrow’s digital opportunities for defence and other industries comes with a real sense of achievement for all involved,” commented Silobreaker CEO Kristofer Mansson.

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Shah at the Silobreaker stand.

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