Advanced Cyber Risk Intelligence Solution from SurfWatch Now Generally Available
STERLING, VA: Cyber crime is one of the major concerns shared by business organizations and individuals alike. It can lead to a catastrophe in the wake of a cyber crime. SurfWatch Labs, a provider of cyber risk intelligence solutions announces the general availability of SurfWatch Cyber Risk Cloud. With Cyber Risk Cloud, the vendors, customers, employees and partners can share vital information with each other and still store, analyze and share their data in the cloud safely at a reduced cost.
Jason Polancich, Founder and Chief Architect, SurfWatch Labs, points out, “The traditional approach to threat intelligence is flawed in that it’s not about only looking inside your organization, and it’s not solely about pulling in as much Open Source Intelligence as possible.”
SurfWatch Cyber Risk Cloud transforms raw cyber event information into an intuitive dataset that drives evaluated business intelligence analysis for improved risk mitigation.
New key features added to Cyber Risk Cloud provide enhanced security. CyberFacts are now stored securely through protected cyber data submission. In addition, SurfWatch C-Suite subscribers can instantly visualize, compare and analyze their internal cyber risk intelligence to a broader set of intel. Moreover, through personalized cyber risk alerts, organizations can share critical time-sensitive information with designated internal and external authorized groups.
Cyber Risk Cloud lets organizations to compare their evaluated cyber event data to a broader set of intelligence for enriched risk management analysis and insights. By taking informed risk management decisions, organizations can avert a catastrophe.
Polancich continues, “With SurfWatch Cyber Risk Cloud, organizations can essentially create their own private ISAC where they can securely share risk intelligence and collaborate within their organization’s business units as well as with their trusted vendors and partners – ultimately helping everyone make more informed cyber risk management decisions.”
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