Silent Push has emerged from stealth and is helping organizations understand, prepare for and mitigate cyber threats.
The company also has secured $10 million in seed funding led by global cybersecurity specialist investor Ten Eleven Ventures, the company announced in a prepared statement.
Silent Push Supports Commercial and Government Organizations and Security Researchers
Commercial and government organizations and security researchers can use Silent Push's platform to view internet-facing infrastructure, the company said. From here, they can look for and analyze threats.
Silent Push's platform can be used on its own or integrated via an API into security tools, the company indicated.
Here's what the platform's features include:
- Detection-focused analytics provide organizations with information that they can use to close the threat intelligence gap and protect against emerging threats.
- Threat enrichment and feed analysis automatically enriches and scores an organization's technical threat intelligence to help it quickly identify high-priority threats.
- Curated enriched analytical threat list uses threat detection feeds that provide insights into threat actor behaviors.
- Labs as a service allows an organization to work with Silent Push's threat intelligence researchers and receive custom threat intelligence that can be incorporated into its security products.
- Domain lists provides technical intelligence about security service providers.
Commenting on Silent Push's platform, Dave Palmer, general partner at Ten Eleven Ventures, said:
"Silent Push's detection-focused intelligence platform, which maps out the entire internet-facing infrastructure daily to identify attackers setting up campaigns before they launch attacks, is one of a kind. It allows operators to dramatically enrich their defense decision making with proactive knowledge of the most relevant threats and is already replacing multiple products in customers' security stack."
Silent Push Offers Free Library of SaaS-Based Threat Defense Tools
More than 500 commercial and government organizations and security researchers are using the free edition of the Silent Push Community App, which allows users to perform domain/IP queries and record lookups and utilize anti-exploit tools, the company said.
In addition, the paid Enterprise edition of Silent Push's app has already been adopted by security teams at several large global organizations.
Silent Push does not currently offer a formal partner program for MSSPs and MSPs. However, the company has partnerships in place with several research- and data-sharing providers and offers technology integrations.