Cyveillance, Inc. provides online threat intelligence solutions to protect network, customers, employees, information, and physical assets. It offers direct machine-readable threat intelligence data feeds to help correlate external threat activity with internal systems; threat analysis solutions; and cyber investigation solutions, which include open-source intelligence research, threat analysis, and cyber intelligence projects ranging from risk assessments, trend reports, travel advisories, digital artifact investigations, and other ad hoc requests. The company also provides response services, which include phishing attacks, identity theft, botted nodes and malware binaries, stolen credentia...
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Cyveillance Announces Launch of Advanced Text- and Image-Based Search and Retrieval Capabilities, Along with Enhanced Global Intelligence Tools, in its Cyber Threat Center™
Jun 1 15
Cyveillance announced the launch of advanced text- and image-based search and retrieval capabilities, along with enhanced Global Intelligence tools, in its Cyber Threat Center™. With the addition of these features, the cloud-based Cyber Threat Center offers even better visibility and more productivity for physical and information security professionals. Content-Based Image Retrieval (CBIR) mines the web for trademarks, imposter accounts, and counterfeit products, even if the images have been altered or do not include related keywords anywhere in the metadata. Security professionals can upload brand marks, logos, or images of executives, as well as images of physical locations, or confidential materials, to see if people are misusing them, planning attacks related to individuals or assets, or sharing or selling sensitive data. The Cyber Threat Center is the first cyber security platform to include this capability. The Cyber Threat Center combines a vast trove of data from web searches, social media monitoring, paste and post sites, IRC channels, and other sources with a robust suite of investigative tools and reference databases, including threat actors, phishing activity, domain name/IP data, and web-borne malware, to enable faster and better insights into threats and risks outside an organization's network perimeter. In addition to Open Source Threat Intelligence (OSINT) related to specific organizations, the latest version of the Cyber Threat Center also features enhanced Global Intelligence on potential threats across multiple industries. New online and exportable map and calendar options, including the ability to export .ICS files, offer a daily stream of updates around the latest physical and cyber security events, as well as summaries and visualization on a threat map and calendar. Global Intelligence data can be easily integrated into mapping platforms, internal calendars and other tools, enabling users to see visual clues for current and planned global and local events, attacks, protests, and other disruptions. The latest release of the Cyber Threat Center continues to build on long legacy of expertise in the threat intelligence industry. The new image-based tools, in particular, are cutting edge.