EclecticIQ Newsletter Q2 2017
Contents1. EclecticIQ Fusion Center - just launched 2. EclecticIQ Platform adds 10 new integrations 3. PhishMe Intelligence and EclecticIQ Platform 4. EclecticIQ Open-Source Software 5. Webinar - The future of Cyber Threat Intelligence? A 'community of communities' 6. Webinar - EclecticIQ Platform demo - from ingestion to dissemination 7. Visit us at Borderless Cyber 8. Partner news 9. Meet our team member Caitlin Huey 10. We're hiring! 11. We're on Owler
1. EclecticIQ Fusion Center - just launched
Your single source of tailored cyber threat intelligence, from leading suppliers.
Traditionally, organizations have had to manually procure, consolidate and triage multiple sources of intelligence in order to understand the threat landscape and ensure action. This approach overburdens analysts and IT resources with repetitive, low-value work.
EclecticIQ Fusion Center makes it simple for organizations to run a highly effective cyber threat intelligence practice. Threat analysts should be working together in teams to protect their organizations against cyber threats, and every minute that they spend on data processing is a missed opportunity.
Fusion Center helps you to:
- Manage all your sources of cyber threat intelligence with a single contract
- Optimize and increase relevancy through fusion, qualification, and tagging
- Free up your threat analysts
2. EclecticIQ Platform adds 10 new integrations
EclecticIQ Platform significantly broadens the scope of available cyber threat intelligence to allow for more comprehensive threat analysis.
The latest version of EclecticIQ Platform, the analyst-centric threat intelligence platform, now covers all relevant sources of intelligence and enrichment data from leading intelligence providers and data sources. With EclecticIQ Platform, enterprise analysts, threat hunters, SOCs, and incident response teams have turnkey access to a complete set of essential sources of cyber threat intelligence, which are needed to pursue comprehensive threat investigations.
EclecticIQ Platform has added built-in integrations with 10 new intelligence suppliers:
- AlientVault Open Threat Exchange
- Cisco Threat Grid - Curated STIX Feeds
- Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Automated Indicator Sharing (AIS)
- Farsight DNSDB
- FireEye iSIGHT Intelligence
- IBM X-Force Exchange
- National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) UK Cybersecurity Information Sharing Partnership (CiSP)
- PhishMe Intelligence™
- Recorded Future
3. PhishMe Intelligence and EclecticIQ Platform
With PhishMe Intelligence and EclecticIQ Platform, security teams have unobstructed views into credible phishing threats leading to higher confidence in the action based on the indicators.
The Integrations Brief helps you to understand how PhishMe Intelligence and EclecticIQ Platform enable incident response teams to better identify, verify, and respond to targeted phishing attacks.
4. EclecticIQ Open-Source Software
Help build technologies to turn cyber intelligence into business value
EclecticIQ open-source Software adds TAXII capabilities to your service or infrastructure. They provide standards-driven, modular code bases to kick-start your threat intelligence integrations. Benefit from community support, and proven use case tuning straight from the field.
Extend and integrate EclecticIQ open-source software according to your own needs, and contribute your solutions back to CTI community.
Cabby is an open-source Python library and command-line tool that provides developers with simple way of interacting with TAXII services. Cabby supports TAXII 1.0 and TAXII 1.1 specifications.
OpenTAXII is an open-source robust Python implementation of TAXII server with a rich feature set and extensible, code-level APIs. It provides you with a lightweight TAXII layer and easily configurable TAXII services and collections. You can run OpenTAXII as a stand-alone service and extend it via rich APIs.
5. Webinar - The future of Cyber Threat Intelligence? A 'community of communities'
Watch this webinar to keep up with the Cyber Threat Intelligence industry
In this webinar, EclecticIQ's Joep Gommers, Founder and CEO, and Chris O'Brien, Fusion Center intelligence manager, share with you their vision on the evolving structure of the Cyber Threat Intelligence industry.
6. Webinar - EclecticIQ Platform demo - from ingestion to dissemination
See EclecticIQ Platform in action
Raymon van der Velde, Founder and VP Product at EclecticIQ, will take you on a step-by-step tour on how to use EclecticIQ Platform to help your threat analysts optimize their threat intelligence management.
7. Visit us at Borderless Cyber
21-22 June, 2017 | New York, USA
Borderless Cyber USA 2017 is a conference hosted by the nonprofit OASIS open standards consortium, home of the STIX and TAXII standards for threat intelligence sharing. With a focus on changing the economics of computer network defence, the program will discuss STIX 2.0, threat intelligence sharing, and will explore ways to reduce costs for defenders and increase costs for attackers.
C-level executives and directors of threat intelligence, incident response, risk, and audit will come away from Borderless Cyber with actionable insights on how to better evaluate and defend their cyber practices.
Meet us at these upcoming Cyber Threat Intelligence events around the globe.
8. Partner news
The SANS 2017 CTI Survey: Cyber Threat Intelligence Uses, Successes and Failures
Our partner DomainTools worked together with David Shackleford and Robert M. Lee from SANS to deliver this insightful report on Cyber Threat Intelligence.
9. Meet our team member Caitlin Huey
Caitlin has been working as an intelligence analyst since 2013 focusing on critical infrastructure, dark net activity, and malware-as-a-service platforms. After receiving a Master's Degree at the University of Pittsburgh in Security Studies and Intelligence, she started working for the National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA), a cyber security non-profit organization in Pittsburgh. With the NCFTA, she supported industry and law enforcement in identifying and mitigating various cyber-enabled threats. In 2017, she joined EclecticIQ as a threat intelligence analyst supporting EclecticIQ Fusion Center.
10. We're hiring!
EclecticIQ is calling for talents. Check out our vacancies: