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SafeBreach in Collaboration with Top Security Providers for Threat Intelligence Integration

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SafeBreach, a breach and attack simulation (BAS) specialist, has launched a collaboration with some of the leading threat providers that enables seamless integration with its own platform.

Joining the Collective

Under the Threat Intelligence Collective, SafeBreach’s platform integrates with threat intelligence providers Anomali, AT&T Cybersecurity, CrowdStrike, Google, Palo Alto Networks, Splunk, ThreatConnect, and ThreatQuotient.

SafeBreach said the linkage with its threat intelligence partners facilitates its ability to take in the latest threat intelligence, validate and visualize their exposure and prioritize actions to prevent a breach. In addition, integration with these platforms increases visibility into high priority threats, the company said.

Moreover, SafeBreach said that its framework allows security teams to create customized attacks that mimic specific threats and leverage threat-specific tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) and indicators of compromise (IOCs) imported directly from their preferred intelligence provider.

Help for SOC Teams

Understaffed SOC teams often lack the people and processes to digest threat intelligence quickly and efficiently to understand their exposure and identify what prevention/remediation actions need to be taken. In fact, a recent study found that security operations centers (SOCs) often have less than five security professionals on staff.

SafeBreach said that combining its platform with threat intelligence feeds enables organizations to:

  • Gain immediate visibility into their vulnerability and exposure to the latest threats.
  • Prioritize and validate the most relevant threats and attack methods for their industry or company.
  • Quickly determine and execute appropriate remediation actions.
  • Prioritize security operations resources based on the overall exposure gap and attack group/threat to optimize efficacy.
  • Proactively communicate risk and exposure to executive management and boards.

“We believe that partnerships are the most effective way to share expertise and create holistic threat assessments that address the needs of security teams, executive teams and the board,” said Itzik Kotler, SafeBreach co-founder and chief technology officer.

D. Howard Kass

D. Howard Kass is a contributing editor to MSSP Alert. He brings a career in journalism and market research to the role. He has served as CRN News Editor, Dataquest Channel Analyst, and West Coast Senior Contributing Editor at Channelnomics. As the CEO of The Viewpoint Group, he led groundbreaking market research.