With Darkfeed, ThreatQ users can get access to Sixgill's marvelous threat intelligence from underground sources, allowing them to stay ahead of attacks.
FREMONT, CA: Sixgill, the leader in threat intelligence enablement and enrichment, declared that Sixgill Darkfeed, the company's predictive feed of actionable indicators of compromise (IOCs), is now accessible to users of ThreatQuotient's ThreatQ platform. This partnership would enable Darkfeed to supply actionable intelligence in order to help organizations expedite and automate decision-making with unrivaled efficiency and confidence.
With Darkfeed, ThreatQ users can get access to Sixgill's marvelous threat intelligence from underground sources, allowing them to stay ahead of attacks. It supports incident investigation by offering critical information on emerging threats in addition to giving deep context that enables organizations to pinpoint threat actors as well as take appropriate action.
"Sixgill Darkfeed delivers unmatched, actionable intelligence directly from the criminal underground," stated Ron Shamir, VP Products & Technology Alliances at Sixgill. "Together with ThreatQuotient, we are supplying organizations with the information they need to preempt attacks, investigate incidents, and connect the dots to the larger picture."
Darkfeed generates data in several formats, including STIX, which means that it seamlessly integrates with the ThreatQ platform and gives users with the capability of better anticipating attacks and proactively protecting their organizations.
"The sheer number of alerts that security teams face make it difficult to separate signals from noise," stated Haig Colter, Director, Alliances, ThreatQuotient. "But Sixgill Darkfeed delivers very accurate and contextual intelligence, making it a force multiplier to increase the speed and efficiency of security teams."