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Recorded Future Expands Automated Threat Intelligence Solution with Analyst-Originated Intelligence

Customers Now Have Access to On-Demand, In-Depth Intelligence From Expert Analysts

BOSTON -- November 7, 2017 -- Recorded Future, the leading threat intelligence provider, today announced the expansion of its threat intelligence powered by machine learning to give analysts and security operations centers access to analyst-originated current and finished intelligence. In real time, customers now have direct access to current intelligence assessments on topics in Recorded Future, as well as access to in-depth, on-demand finished intelligence, carefully researched and customized specifically to their needs.

By adding current and finished threat intelligence to the broadest compilation of machine learning and natural language processing generated intelligence, only Recorded Future can provide organizations with the relevant expert insights and analysis they need for operational improvements and targeted risk reduction.

This new analyst-originated information provides customers with access to new insight as well as additional third-party intelligence research on threat actors, vulnerabilities, malware, and other indicators of compromise (IOCs). It is available in multiple formats to suit the diverse needs of customers, including:

  • Intel Cards. Notes from Recorded Future’s expert team of analysts are now automatically generated and embedded within the product’s existing automated intelligence. Notes have been integrated into more than 3,000 Intel Cards and are now completely searchable and available in real time. Customized alerts can also be configured to trigger when new information is available.  
  • On-demand assessments. Customers can request timely, relevant analyst-created intelligence that is custom to their specific needs. 
  • Weekly reports. Customers can subscribe to a weekly threat landscape report that is specific to their industry and organization with the analyst team’s expert view on what’s critical to know that week. 
  • Customer-exclusive Insikt Group blog. Insikt Group, a team comprised of ex-NSA, CIA, and USSS expertise, generates in-depth blog posts containing both current and finished intelligence assessments and are exclusive to Recorded Future customers.

 

"To effectively combat the risks of cyberattacks, defenders need intelligence from the widest range of sources in real time. The direct access to analyst insights combined with our open, closed, and technical threat intelligence sources provides our customers with the most powerful source of advantage against their adversaries. The breadth of threat intelligence sources we arm customers with is unmatched and puts organizations in the best position possible to defend against threats.”

— Dr. Christopher Ahlberg, chief executive officer and co-founder at Recorded Future

 

"Access to threat research in the product combined with on-demand reports lets analysts ask iterative questions at speeds never before possible and they can do it over the most comprehensive and timely information available. The result is significantly improved understanding of threats relevant to business needs and an ability to take action to reduce risks. The experts at Recorded Future deliver insights that can’t be found anywhere else."

— Bob Gourley, co-founder at Cognitio, former chief technology officer at the Defense Intelligence Agency, author of “The Cyber Threat”

 

To see the Recorded Future solution in action, request a live demo here.

 

About Recorded Future

Recorded Future delivers threat intelligence powered by patented machine learning to significantly lower risk. We empower organizations to reveal unknown threats before they impact business, and enable teams to respond to security alerts 10 times faster. To supercharge the efforts of analysts and SOC teams, our technology automatically collects and analyzes intelligence from technical, open, and dark web sources. Recorded Future delivers measurably more context than threat feeds alone, updates in real time so intelligence stays relevant, and packages information ready for human analysis or instant integration with existing security technology. 86% of the Fortune 100 use Recorded Future.Learn more at www.recordedfuture.com and follow us on Twitter at @RecordedFuture.

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