Cyble has announced a partner program that gives MSSPs access to its threat intelligence and cybercrime monitoring and mitigation platform, the company said.

MSSP partners can use Cyble's platform to provide, configure and monitor services from the Cyble Vision suite, the company said. They also can access a multi-admin management console to monitor end-user dashboards and track customer alerts.

Cyble, founded in 2019, has 100 employees listed on LinkedIn. The company is based in Alpharetta, Georgia.

What Is Cyble Vision?

Vision is a SaaS-based enterprise solution that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning technology to augment threat intelligence, Cyble stated. In doing so, Vision provides a unified view of cyber threats that can impact an organization.

Key features of Vision include:

  • Incident Response: Helps an organization identify and respond to security incidents and implement recovery solutions.
  • Security Operations: Offers threat intelligence that an organization can use to reduce cyber risk and help its security team become more efficient than ever before.
  • Threat Analysis: Lets an organization analyze threat actor tactics, techniques and procedures and update their security infrastructure accordingly.
  • Vulnerability Management: Allows an organization to use Vision in combination with a vulnerability management solution to view exploitable vulnerabilities in real time.

Vision also supports integrations with various security information and event management (SIEM) and security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) solutions, Cyble noted.

Cyble Raises $10 Million in Series A Funding

The Cyble MSSP partner program launch comes after the company in February 2022 added $10 million in Series A funding. Cyble is using the funding to expand its product roadmap and expand into new markets, the company stated.

Cyble gathers intelligence across the deep web, dark web and surface web to provide organizations with visibility into their digital risk footprint. It is backed by investors Blackbird Ventures, Xoogler and Y Combinator.