December 1, 2022by Cybersixgill

Cybersixgill honored with the 2022 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Award

Tel Aviv, Israel, December 1, 2022 - Cybersixgill, the leading threat intelligence provider, today announced it is a winner of a 2022 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Award from American Security Today for Threat Intelligence.

American Security Today’s Annual ‘ASTORS’ Awards is the preeminent U.S. Homeland Security Awards Program, and today in its Seventh Year, continues to recognize industry leaders of Physical and Border Security, Cybersecurity, Emergency Preparedness - Management and Response, Law Enforcement, First Responders as well as federal, state and municipal government agencies in the acknowledgment of their outstanding efforts to Keep our Nation Secure.

A recent winner of the 2022 Black Unicorn Awards™ and the CISO Choice Awards™ 2022, Cybersixgill was honored for delivering unmatched insights into activities on the dark web that give organizations a powerful advantage in cyber warfare. In addition, Cybersixgill is recognized for critical, distinguishing features such as:

·    Data: Cybersixgill has fully automated, real-time intelligence collection, extraction, filtering, and prioritization from the most extensive base of sources, including limited-access underground sources in any format, language, or platform, enriching each item with critical context.

·    Earliest Exposure to Alerts: Automated, real-time alerts triggered by each organization’s uniquely defined assets and needs. Cybersixgill alerts customers minutes after the threat first surfaces on the deep, dark web, often days or weeks BEFORE a threat actor launches an attack.

·    Value: Cybersixgill has complete and unrestricted access to an entire body of collected intelligence. Cybersixgill customers see an average of 311% ROI over three years.

The Annual ‘ASTORS’ Awards Program is designed to honor distinguished government and vendor solutions that deliver enhanced value, benefit, and intelligence to end-users in various government, homeland security, enterprise, and public safety vertical markets.

“ASTORS’ nominations are evaluated on their technical innovation, interoperability, specific impact within the category, the overall impact to the industry, relatability to other industry technologies, and application feasibility outside of the industry,” said AST’s Editorial Director Tammy Waitt.

About Cybersixgill

Cybersixgill continuously collects and exposes the earliest possible indications of risk produced by threat actors moments after they surface on the clear, deep, and dark web. This data is processed, correlated, and enriched using automation to create profiles and patterns of threat actors and their peer networks, including the source and context of each threat. Cybersixgill’s extensive body of data can be consumed through a range of seamlessly integrated into your existing security stack, so you can 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 and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.

About American Security Today

American Security Today (AST), the ‘New Face in Homeland Security™,’ is the premier digital media platform in the U.S. Homeland Security and Public Safety Industry, focused on breaking news and in-depth coverage of the newest initiatives and hottest technologies in physical & IT security on the market today.AST highlights the most cutting-edge and forward-thinking security solutions across a wide variety of media products delivered daily, weekly, and monthly to over 75,000 qualified government and security industry readers, essential to meeting today’s growing security challenges to ‘Secure our Nation, One City at a Time™.’

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