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April 27, 2020by Cybersixgill

Anomali and Cybersixgill Provide Joint Customers Access to Automated Threat Intelligence

We are happy to announce that our DarkfeedTM automated threat intelligence is now available in the Anomali Preferred Partner (APP) Store.

With access to this new intelligence stream, joint customers can integrate a real-time, automated feed of deep and dark web indicators into their existing security infrastructure and operations via Anomali ThreatStream.

“If your company isn’t ahead of the curve, it’s behind it. To stay secure, you need automated threat intelligence drawn directly from the dark web, where malicious attackers live,” said Sharon Wagner, CEO of Cybersixgill. “Darkfeed offers contextual and advanced warnings on emerging threats, delivered directly into organizations’ existing security platforms so that security teams can take action before an attack.”

Darkfeed is a blacklist of malicious IOCs extracted from Cybersixgill’s real-time, comprehensive collection of deep, dark and surface web intelligence. Structured in STIX format, Darkfeed seamlessly integrates into SIEM, SOAR, or any other security platforms, which gives users the ability to better anticipate attacks and proactively protect their organizations.

“Bad actors operate in every corner of the deep and dark web. Organizations that lack visibility into the wide range of attacks emanating from it are going to fall victim to ransomware, data breaches, IP theft and other forms of cybercrime,” said John Callon, Anomali VP of Solutions and Partner Marketing. “Our partnership with Cybersixgill expands our customers’ access to automated sources of threat intelligence that help them understand and respond to the most serious threats they face.”

To read the full press release click here.

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