As the cyber security threat increases, so does the volume of Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) and the number of initiatives to collaborate and share it. In order to help organisations manage and control their CTI, Elemendar and Surevine have integrated their solutions to enable organisations to prioritise what really matters, and deal with the threats at machine-speed.
Surevine’s Threatvine powers the UK’s national platform for cyber security information sharing, CiSP, allowing cross-organisational collaboration and collaborative intelligence analysis. CiSP is the world’s largest cyber-security public-private partnership.
Elemendar’s AI for Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) engine automates the reading and translation of CTI from human-authored documents and unstructured text into machine readable and actionable data, output as STIX 2.0 and incorporating MITRE ATT&CK®. This enables all of the CTI to be analysed and immediately acted on in minutes, drastically reducing the window of vulnerability.
This new integration allows CTI within Threatvine to be parsed and converted from human, unstructured text to machine-readable STIX data. Threatvine Hub community members have always benefited from the powerful effect of human collaboration, but by using AI and machine learning from Elemendar, the information shared can be even more effective. Mapping information shared in Threatvine onto the MITRE ATT&CK®framework increases the ways the information can be acted on, allowing deeper insights and through automation it can be acted on more quickly than ever before.
Giorgos Georgopoulos CEO and Co-Founder of Elemendar said “We are proud to be deploying our AI for CTI platform with Surevine on such important, crucial work. By automating the processing and translation of Cyber Threat Intelligence our technologies together will help communities that run on Threatvine (like CiSP) and the many organisations they serve better defend against cyber threats and build us all a safer world.”
“This is a great example of how innovative UK cyber companies can come together to magnify their respective strengths. Together, we empower our users to do more and leverage the results of their analysis directly through security automation,” continues Stuart Murdoch, CEO and Founder of Surevine.