Gatewatcher and Cyberm8 team up on Cyber Threat Intelligence

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The French software vendor Gatewatcher and the Israeli platform Cyberm8 are proud to announce their technological partnership based on Cyber Threat Intelligence.

The French software vendor Gatewatcher and the Israeli platform Cyberm8 are proud to announce their technological partnership based on Cyber Threat Intelligence.


The collaboration between the two cybersecurity experts will enable the integration of LastInfoSec, Gatewatcher's Threat Intelligence workflow offering, with the orchestration platform developed by Cyberm8. Through this partnership, the two companies intend to create a synergy in order to meet tomorrow's cyber challenges: automate the management of Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI), detect and investigate advanced threats and strengthen incident response.

LastInfoSec has developed an innovative technology based on artificial intelligence to generate a high quality threat information flow in a very short time. LastInfoSec's proprietary technology integrates artificial intelligence engines, Bigdata technologies, and performs the entire process of creating Threat Intelligence. LastInfoSec is compatible with any cybersecurity solution, providing an immediate improvement in the cyber defense of enterprise IT networks.

Eran Stiassny, PDGB and founder of Cyberm8, said, "Cyberm8 has developed an automation platform that allows any network and security administrator to easily create automation processes for cybersecurity and network devices, without prior knowledge of coding or automation. By automating incident response, routine tasks, and the IoC lifecycle, we enable the organization to take their security to the next level. We are excited about this partnership with Gatewatcher, which will allow our customers to feed the platform with high-quality data and automatically distribute it to their many detection devices.

François Normand, CTI Manager at Gatewatcher, specifies: "Working with Cyberm8 will simplify and accelerate the integration of our data into the companies' information systems. Companies will now be able to automate the data we provide to ensure the deployment of an even more efficient and effective cyber protection strategy. "

The two companies will also be able to bid on joint tenders.

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