We are excited to announce the integration of our Deep and Dark Web Threat Intelligence Solution with Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR platform. Through this integration, Cybersixgill and Cortex XSOAR are enabling customers to scale and accelerate their incident response by combining deep and dark web intelligence with automation, which allows them to better anticipate attacks and proactively protect themselves.
With the recent introduction of Cybersixgill’s Darkfeed, Cortex XSOAR customers can also integrate and customize an automated feed of indicators of compromise (IOCs). Using Darkfeed, security teams receive early warnings of new malware threats, hunt for malicious IOCs on corporate networks, better understand trends in the criminal underground and block items that threaten their organizations.
“Threat intelligence has become an integral part of any effective cybersecurity program,” said Sharon Wagner, CEO of Cybersixgill. “Darkfeed is the most powerful source of automated, real-time threat intelligence from the deep, dark and surface web. Together with Cortex XSOAR’s capabilities, it's a quantum leap in terms of staying ahead of the threat curve. Companies can tackle their biggest cyber threats head on and substantially reduce mitigation time.”
”Malicious actors continue to develop sophisticated new attacks with increased frequency. Keeping track of malicious IOCs is a vital task, but when performed manually, it leads to wasted time and a longer mean time to respond. Cortex XSOAR’s integration with Cybersixgill allows customers to automate incident enrichment, which saves time for security analysts and speeds up investigation and incident resolution,” said Rishi Bhargava, vice president of product strategy, Cortex XSOAR at Palo Alto Networks.
This is the first third-party integration utilizing Cortex XSOAR’s threat intel management capability.
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