On February 14, 2023, Cyware, a global leader in threat intelligence platforms (TIP), security orchestration and automation (SOAR) and security cooperation, announced the availability of its Intel Exchange (CTIX Lite) solution on the Amazon Web Services Marketplace. This cloud-hosted platform is a fully connected, automated TIP that uses ML and AI to automatically ingest, correlate, evaluate and act on threat data from several external sources and internal security tools.
Cyware Intel Exchange is employed by hundreds of corporations worldwide and powers most of ISAO, ISAAC, CERTS, and other threat intelligence-sharing communities that provide substantial threat warnings to their member organizations.
AWS Marketplace is an online platform that enables users to locate, purchase, and begin utilizing the software and services they require to create products and manage their businesses. Visitors to the marketplace may get access to ready-to-use software quickly and just pay for what they use.
Cyware's Head of Technical Alliances, Shahar Kodraty, commented, "We're excited to make our powerful threat intelligence platform available to a wider audience through the AWS Marketplace while simplifying procurement for our joint customers." He added, "This will enable businesses of any size to cost-effectively access our industry-leading TIP platform within minutes, and greatly improve their threat intelligence management and dissemination."
(Source – Business Wire)
Founded in 2016, Cyware is a leading product-based cybersecurity firm. It provides a comprehensive range of innovative cyber fusion solutions for all-source strategic, technical, tactical and operational threat intelligence sharing and threat response automation. The company's enterprise solutions are designed to encourage safe collaboration, improve threat visibility, instill cyber resilience and offer required control by providing enterprises with automated context-rich analysis of threats for proactive action without sacrificing human judgment. Its clientele include Fortune 500 healthcare, financial, energy, and defense enterprises, trade associations, multinational retail firms, industry associations (including ISAOs and ISACs), non-profits, and government agencies.