CyberX said it has launched its Industrial Threat Intelligence Platform, to enable utilities to identify threats to operations, by providing up-to-date research results and discoveries.
The Industrial Threat Intelligence is led by a team of researchers and its services are based on insights that derive from various sources including: monitoring of real operational networks, forensics, research and more. The Industrial Threat Intelligence also publishes periodic and ad-hoc research based discoveries, threat alerts and reports.
Already joined by a number of customers and partners worldwide, the Industrial Threat Intelligence team has been working with several companies in order to ensure mitigation of threats and implementation of effective security measures. As part of its research, the Industrial Threat Intelligence recently assisted several energy companies in removing threats imposed by meaningful vulnerabilities related to Human-Machine-Interface (HMI) in ICS networks.
Founded in 2013, CyberX is financially backed by Glilot Capital, Swarth Group and GlenRock Israel.