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Company Overview of EclecticIQ BV
EclecticIQ BV provides a platform for cyber threat intelligence analysis. It offers EclecticIQ, a threat management tool that enables the user to consolidate, analyze, integrate, and collaborate on intelligence from multiple sources. The company’s EclecticIQ supports cyber threat intelligence (CTI) practices in various sectors, including financial services, government, and organizations. EclecticIQ BV was formerly known as Intelworks. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands with additional offices in London, United Kingdom; and Chisinau, Moldova.
Amsterdam, 1017 ND
Founded in 2014
Key Executives for EclecticIQ BV
Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Co-Founder and Vice President of Product
Vice President of Technology
Vice President of Solution
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
EclecticIQ BV Key Developments
EclecticIQ Launches EclecticIQ Fusion Center Intelligence EssentialsIntelligence Sources into A Single Feed
Nov 1 17
EclecticIQ has launched EclecticIQ Fusion Center Intelligence Essentials, a service that merges and normalizes 50+ intelligence sources into a single feed, providing contextual qualification for human analysts. EclecticIQ Fusion Center Intelligence Essentials allows organizations of any size to jumpstart their Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) practices without compromising on quality. Against the raids of talented hackers, an effective security response typically involves human-qualified threat intelligence. These dedicated human analysts allow a CTI practice to make sense of information in ways that automated solutions cannot match. Experienced threat analysts have traditionally been responsible for the critical and complex tasks of acquisition, collection, tagging and qualification of intelligence sources. However, finding seasoned talent has been the biggest barrier to building a CTI practice. Even large enterprises have encountered significant difficulty in developing an in-house team of intelligence analysts. Given the time and investment required for analyst recruiting and training, only large and well-financed organizations have been able to operate a fully staffed CTI practice. Other organizations have delayed the expansion of their CTI practices, to the detriment of their cyber security posture. The veteran analysts working at EclecticIQ's Fusion Center offer human-qualified intelligence based on 50+ open-sources and a selection of commercial sources (incl. Redsocks, SenseCy and Verint) in a single feed, focusing on generic threats to any enterprise. The feed consists of reports for human consumption by any stakeholder in an organization. It includes Structured Intelligence (based on – amongst others – the STIX industry standard), and a feed of Malicious IOCs and IOAs for further analysis (not only by Security Operation Centers and Incident Response teams) allowing for automated feeding into downstream Security Controls such as a SIEM. With this launch, organizations can focus entirely on responding to threats without having to manage multiple intelligence feeds, thereby saving time and money. EclecticIQ Fusion Center Intelligence Essentials is offered as an online subscription, that comes with support and various configuration options.
Eclecticiq Announces Integration of Bi-Directional Security Information and Event Management with HPE Security ArcSight Enterprise Security Management
Sep 14 16
EclecticIQ announced their bi-directional security information and event management integration with HPE Security ArcSight Enterprise Security Management, a SIEM and advanced analytics platform that combined dramatically cuts down the time to detect and respond to threats. The company also has joined the HPE Security Technology Alliances Program as a Gold partner. Security operations center teams face challenges with obtaining relevant intelligence and prioritizing the implementation of preventive measures based on observed events in their SIEM. Without relevant threat intelligence inside their SIEM this is cumbersome and manual work, prone to errors. Employing a Threat Intelligence centric-view using internal and external sources, increases efficiency of detection, analysis and response of threats, effectively reducing resource consumption, increasing co-operation and collaborations across the organization. The company's platform empowers analysts through data fusion, workflow support and by streaming threat intelligence into HPE Security ArcSight. In the instance of a match, aggregated notifications are reported back into EclecticIQ Platform. This drives greater efficiency of threat intelligence, future research and implementation of security measures. EclecticIQ Platform supports a large variety of data formats including industry standard STIX and TAXII.
EclecticIQ and Cosive Ink Partnership to Bring Advanced Cyber Threat Intelligence Technologies to Australia and New Zealand
Jun 28 16
EclecticIQ and Cosive have formed a partnership that marries cutting-edge technology and field expertise to help organizations in the Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region. With a global shortage of competent security operations staff, both EclecticIQ and Cosive recognise bundling knowledge, skills and technologies together will help clients be more effective in their detection and response to cyber threats. organizations are increasingly under threat of attack, and the requirement for a capable Cyber Threat Intelligence practice is now more important than ever. Each organisation must understand its security posture, detect and respond to attacks faster, and align budgets and resources accordingly. EclecticIQ and Cosive have partnered to combine EclecticIQ's Threat Intelligence Platform with Cosive's consulting, integration and support expertise. Both companies worked closely together as part of the OASIS technical committee developing the STIX, TAXII and CybOX standards, and realised their combined talents would benefit customers.
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