Verint and Thales join forces to deliver cyber threat intelligence approach

Verint Systems and Thales formed a partnership to create a Cyber Security Threat Intelligence approach for governments, enterprises, and critical infrastructures in Europe. The partnership enriches the expertise and threat knowledge of both companies, delivering a cyber threat intelligence analysis for the international ecosystem.

Verint and Thales’ monitoring of security incidents, and analysis of Dark Web sources and cyber adversaries, show that the volume of cyber-attacks is growing, and despite investments in attack prevention and network security, hackers are becoming more motivated.

Espionage, information warfare and infrastructure sabotage are major menaces with potential ramifications on global politics and economics, while cybercrime-related attacks result in losses reaching hundreds of billions of dollars within the global industry.

While continuing to leverage ransomware and phishing scams, attacks are also occurring through the use of stolen military cyber weapons, vulnerable Internet of Things (IoT) devices, credential leakages, and Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS) in underground communities.

In addition, the complexity of systems and software is constantly growing, thus increasing organizations’ exposure to attacks. Cyber threat intelligence plays a critical role in providing threat visibility and developing capabilities for a cyber defense strategy.

“Verint’s Cyber Security and threat intelligence offerings complement ours, bringing an additional approach to the global threat appreciation,” says Laurent Maury, VP Cybersecurity and Critical Information Systems at Thales. “By combining Verint’s vast experience and advanced Cyber Threat Intelligence capabilities with ours, we can provide our customers with a comprehensive and global strategy to keep both the public and private sectors safer from the ever-increasing level of cyber threats.”

Combining the data collection with proprietary intelligence, Verint empowers organizations to build and maintain a cyber security technology strategy and methodology. This enables organizations to anticipate and mitigate targeted threats, reduce risk and enhance security resilience.

“Joining forces with Thales strengthens our mutual ability to deliver comprehensive knowledge of potential threats, and thus provide the necessary cyber security protection,” said Elad Sharon, President, Verint Cyber Intelligence Solutions.

“Verint Cyber Intelligence leverages years of intelligence domain expertise, embedded within investigation methodologies and technologies critical to prevent cyber-attacks before they get into the gateway of the organization. We welcome the opportunity to create an ecosystem, one in which organizations across the globe can benefit from a comprehensive cyber security threat intelligence approach and ultimately receive the highest level of security.”

Thales addresses the entire information security lifecycle. Thales helps secure the digital transformation of the demanding government bodies, private firms and critical infrastructure providers.

Verint and Thales have created a joint intelligence report providing insights into the dynamic cyber threat landscape and growing diversity in cybersecurity threats in Europe.