July 30, 2016 2:01 AM ET

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Company Overview of LookingGlass Cyber Solutions Inc.

Company Overview

LookingGlass Cyber Solutions Inc. develops and provides threat intelligence-driven solutions that enable security teams to prevent, detect, understand, and respond to analyzed, prioritized, and relevant threats. It offers a threat intelligence management platform that include ScoutPrime that provides search, analysis, and collaboration tools; ScoutVision, which provides actionable risk information, streamlining workflows, incident response, security operations, and threat intelligence analyst efficiency; ScoutInterXect that fuses internal enterprise network telemetry with real-time and historical global threat and Internet intelligence information; Cyber Threat Center, which offers an interf...

901 North Stuart Street

Suite 900

Arlington, VA 22203

United States

Founded in 2006



Key Executives for LookingGlass Cyber Solutions Inc.

Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Chairman and Special Advisor
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

LookingGlass Cyber Solutions Inc. Key Developments

LookingGlass Cyber Solutions Unveils Next-Generation Threat Intelligence Management Platform

LookingGlass Cyber Solutions, announced the availability of its next-generation threat intelligence management platform ScoutPrime™, as well as enhancements to its Cyber Threat Center Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) collection platform and LookingGlass Cyveillance Malicious C2 (Command and Control) Machine Readable Threat Intelligence (MRTI) data feed. Known for delivering the most advanced and comprehensive threat intelligence driven solutions from a single company, LookingGlass continues to raise the bar with the release of ScoutPrime, which revolutionizes the way analysts and security operators interpret threats targeting their organizations, supply chains, and industries. It delivers unprecedented visual intuition and unlimited configurability to the user for customizing threat criticality to match their organizational risk tolerance.

LookingGlass Cyber Solutions Introduces Open Threat Partner Exchange to Foster Enhanced Exchange of Network Security Intelligence

LookingGlass Cyber Solutions announced OpenTPX, a contribution to the open source community to enable threat intelligence providers and security operations to easily integrate full context across their security portfolio. OpenTPX focuses on the complete picture of security and threat intelligence providing mechanisms to convey network topology information, network ownership, network segmentation, threat metadata, threat intelligence and mitigation actions in one mechanism. OpenTPX was created to build highly scalable machine-readable threat intelligence, analysis and network security products that exchange data at large volumes and at high speed. By taking advantage of data model inheritance and meta-data constructs, the OpenTPX schema permits threat dictionary and meta-data to be conveyed only once between communicating systems. This allows OpenTPX to transmit hundreds of millions of network security observations based on that meta-data in a highly optimized mechanism, without requiring retransmission of the meta-data. OpenTPX makes it possible for systems to convey all aspects of the network security and threat data in its most basic elements with minimal interpretation. This avoids complex or unwieldy language mappings that often confuse or block efforts to develop interoperable network security and threat intelligence systems. A major benefit of this simplicity allows OpenTPX content to be ingested by today’s data processing frameworks and key-value data stores in a highly efficient manner. A core OpenTPX component provides a comprehensive threat-scoring framework that allows security analysts, threat researchers, network security operations and incident responders to make relevant threat mitigation decisions straight forward, while efficiently automating those decisions.

LookingGlass Delivers Threat Intelligence Driven Network Security

LookingGlass Cyber Solutions Inc. announced the addition of LookingGlass Dynamic Threat Defense v1.0 to their solution offerings. LookingGlass Dynamic Threat Defense is a threat intelligence-driven network security solution designed to identify and stop DNS-based cyber threats during the earliest stage of the attack by preventing malware activation, communication or operation regardless of the attack vector. LookingGlass Dynamic Threat Defense focuses on using threat intelligence to identify threats, then addresses and mitigates threats during DNS resolution, which is one of the biggest vulnerability areas of corporate networks. Organizations are increasingly suffering attacks against their DNS infrastructure and many companies are not looking for covert communications where attackers use DNS as an avenue to communicate and exfiltrate data. This trend along with years of research and monitoring networks suggest protecting DNS infrastructure is essential to achieving significant strides in overall cyber security posture for the enterprise. Uniquely designed to address DNS-based cyber threats, LookingGlass Dynamic Threat Defense stops the communication between malware on the organization's network and its command and control server or known bad destination. By stopping the beaconing out or the reception of control information, Dynamic Threat Defense mitigates threats and prevents data breaches from occurring. This affords organizations valuable time to address the malware outbreak without fear of further infiltration or damage. Dynamic Threat Defense is also an effective defense against spear-phishing attacks and drive-by software downloads by blocking access to the domains that host malware. Additionally, with a DNS protocol specific firewall protecting DNS port 53, LookingGlass Dynamic Threat Defense closes a gap in traditional network security that is typically left open by next generation firewalls. LookingGlass Dynamic Threat Defense v1.0 integrates LookingGlass DNS Defender®, a protocol-specific firewall for DNS, with LookingGlass ScoutVision™, a threat intelligence analysis and management system, and LookingGlass Virus Tracker®, the world’s large botnet and malicious domain monitoring system. By leveraging threat intelligence and network security at the DNS infrastructure, LookingGlass Dynamic Threat Defense enables security operations and threat intelligence teams to mitigate cyber attacks by acting on intelligence sourced both internally and externally.

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