Threat intelligence provider Sixgill Launched Dark Web Data Feed Product

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Threat Intelligence vendor Sixgill has introduced a revolutionary tool that helps companies to add real-time, actionable dark network data feeds into their technology framework.

The recently released Darkfeed includes some harmful vulnerability identifiers such as names, file hashes, and IP addresses that have been removed from the dark web.

Real-time dark network data is distributed in STIX format, enabling smooth incorporation into SIEM, SOAR, and other defense systems, so that threats can be detected appropriately and cyber-protected.

Darkfeed can seamlessly insert into the current defense system, and no human intervention is required to guarantee that attacks are effectively stopped, says Sixgill.

The technology firm also says that its software will offer early notice about current and potentially undetected malware attacks to support companies dramatically improve their information protection stance.

Also, Darkfeed can help hunt down threats within internal networks, as well as help security teams better understand emerging malware trends, tactics, techniques, and procedures.

In addition to the introduction of Darkfeed, Sixgill launched Darker Stuff, a regular summary of interesting and mysterious events found on the dark web.

Through an attempt to inform and increase visibility, the cyber-threatening information company would allow Darker Things accessible to governments and businesses at large.

“For the first time, our automated deep and dark web intelligence is accessible to more organizations. They can leverage unparalleled threat intelligence by integrating it directly into their existing security framework,” said Sharon Wagner, CEO of Sixgill.

“Darkfeed is the best security teams’ best-kept secret: it has the most advanced, contextual warnings, so they know about new malware the minute it’s posted, and about cyber threats, before they actually happen. Darkfeed allows security officials to keep their finger on the pulse of the underground,” Wagner added.

Mark Funk
Mark Funk is an experienced information security specialist who works with enterprises to mature and improve their enterprise security programs. Previously, he worked as a security news reporter.