DarkLight and Resecurity partnership will give DarkLight access to Resecurity’s threat intelligence solution called Context, which identifies indications of cyber intrusions and data breaches for clients.
This will give DarkLight the ability to provide comprehensive risk assessments tailored to each client’s unique business context.
DarkLight’s knowledge driven AI platform, Cyio, was originally developed at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (one of the Department of Energy’s national labs) to support an NSA effort.
Clients can analyze raw data, identify, and prioritize risk, and generate client-ready reports in minutes, cutting manual processing and analysis time by 90%.
The integration of Resecurity’s threat intelligence data, will enable CISOs and information security teams to reduce blind spots and improve enterprise cybersecurity posture exponentially.
“Cyio is a solution that aims to address the growing challenge faced by clients in the face of rapidly increasing cyber-attacks. It provides clients a platform to understand external risks and threats in combination with their business context. With the use of the world-class threat intelligence from Resecurity’s Context, Cyio now enables improved and measurable cyber resiliency to its clients,” said Dan Wachtler, CEO, DarkLight.
Resecurity CEO Gene Yoo said extending their threat intelligence offering to DarkLight’s clients was an exciting proposition for the best-of-breed intelligence-driven cybersecurity company.
“Resecurity is excited for the opportunity to bring our expertise and cutting-edge technology to a wider audience and make a real impact in the fight against cybercrime. By partnering with a startup like DarkLight, we now have a mechanism to expand the usefulness and reach of the unique intelligence we bring to bear. We knew some of DarkLight’s leadership from the past but once we came to understand the future of Cyio, we felt this partnership provided the best opportunity to make a difference in the commercial sector of our community,” Mr. Yoo said.