According to Frost & Sullivan, Cybersixgill’s commitment to innovation and R&D and its technology roadmap address an expanded set of industry use cases through advanced automation capabilities and third-party integrations.
The company has maintained consistent sales success over the past three years with above-average revenue growth rates.
Across its portfolio of threat intelligence offerings, Cybersixgill IQ, its generative AI capability, and its Attack Surface Management (ASM) module are highlighted for their sophisticated, cutting-edge capabilities and advancing the CTI market.
Tel Aviv, Israel – January 11, 2024 – Cybersixgill, the global cyber threat intelligence data provider, announced today that Frost & Sullivan recognized the company in its Frost Radar™: External Risk Mitigation and Management (ERMM) 2023 Benchmark Report.
ERMM comprises cybersecurity practices that map external attack surfaces, continually monitor the threat landscape, mitigate risks, and enhance organizational security strategy. ERMM integrates formerly distinct capabilities, including external attack surface management (EASM), cyber threat intelligence (CTI), and digital risk protection (DRP), into a unified experience. The Frost & Sullivan report details the organization's market research, identifying trends and top vendors and tools in the cybersecurity industry. Inclusion in the report validates Cybersixgill's position as a top cyber threat intelligence (CTI) provider.
“Cybersixgill’s commitment to innovation is evident through substantial R&D investments and a well-established technology roadmap, expanding its intelligence use cases, automation capabilities, and third-party integrations,” said Martin Naydenov, Senior Industry Analyst, Cybersecurity with Frost & Sullivan. “With Cybersixgill IQ, a generative AI solution trained on real-time threat intelligence, Cybersixgill empowers organizations to streamline their cybersecurity operations through enhanced search and automation capabilities. Additionally, its attack surface management (ASM) module natively integrates with the rest of its threat intelligence portfolio, providing critical context for organizations to proactively mitigate threats through continuous asset discovery, inventory management, and comprehensive monitoring capabilities.”
Cybersixgill offers a suite of AI- and ML-powered solutions, built with its comprehensive body of threat intelligence from the clear, deep, and dark web, that significantly reduce security teams’ mean time to detect and respond to cyber-attacks. The company’s CTI platform integrates with its ASM module to deliver unique organizational context to each customer and reduce their threat exposure. In combination with its Digital Risk Protection (DRP) features and Cybersixgill IQ, its generative AI, Cybersixgill delivers streamlined, actionable insights and helps teams eliminate risk before a threat actor strikes. Cybersixgill’s CTI is available through a range of delivery vehicles, including a SaaS Portal for single and multi-tenancy users, an API, or integration with a company’s existing technology stack. The company’s solutions are available through direct sales and from the company’s MSSP and value-added reseller (VAR) partners.
“We are proud to be considered a leader in ERMM by Frost & Sullivan. Our position in their Radar report is a strong validation of the value Cybersixgill’s solutions deliver to our customers and partners,” said Gabi Reish, Chief Product Officer for Cybersixgill. “Our product strategy has been to combine ASM with CTI to provide organizational context to our expert intelligence for each customer and incorporate superb DRP capabilities to address a multitude of use cases. The recognition of our efforts by Frost & Sullivan helps us penetrate a larger share of the market and gives organizations confidence in their reliance on our CTI solutions.”
“Cybersixgill demonstrates a strong vision and growth strategy and, as a result, has achieved above-average growth rates in the last three years, expanding its customer base globally,” said Naydenov.
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To read the Frost & Sullivan report, visit https://cybersixgill.com/resources/frost-and-sullivan-external-risk-mitigation-and-management-2023.
Cybersixgill continuously collects and exposes the earliest indications of risk by threat actors moments after they surface on the clear, deep, and dark web. The company’s vast intelligence data lake, derived from millions of underground sources, is processed, correlated, and enriched using automation and advanced AI. Cybersixgill captures, processes, and alerts teams to emerging threats, TTPs, IOCs, and their exposure to risk based on each organization’s complete attack surface and internal context. Its expert intelligence and insights, available through a range of seamlessly integrated options, enable customers to pre-empt threats before they materialize into attacks. The company serves and partners with global enterprises, financial institutions, MSSPs, and government and law enforcement agencies. For more information, visit https://www.cybersixgill.com/ and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn. To schedule a demo, please visit https://cybersixgill.com/book-a-demo.
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