Deep and dark web activity doesn’t stand a chance
Sixgill’s cyber-security offers customers threat intelligence solutions
Sixgill is a worldwide leading cyber threat intelligence vendor. Today’s business environment requires customized cybersecurity strategies to protect from malignant entities attempting to access sensitive data. Sixgill provides organizations with an intelligence picture that focuses their resources on preventing attacks, discovering those already perpetrated and mitigating damage.
Cybersecurity companies often rely solely on manual or semi-automatic processes to gather and analyze intelligence. This creates a lengthy, expensive and ineffective intelligence cycle, that fails to mitigate threats to the organization.
Sixgill automatically analyzes deep and dark web activity, helping to detect and prevent cyber-attacks before they occur. Utilizing advanced algorithms, Sixgill provides organizations with continuous monitoring, prioritized real-time alerts, and actionable intelligence.
Using an agile and automatic collection methodology, Sixgill provides broad coverage of exclusive-access deep and dark web sources as well as relevant surface web sources. Sixgill utilizes artificial intelligence and machine learning to automate the production cycle of cyber intelligence, from monitoring, through extraction to production.
Companies and agencies take advantage of Sixgill's comprehensive solutions for mitigating cybercrime and financial fraud risk. They alert organizations that they are under attack from malware, DDoS attacks, and hacktivism campaigns. To protect organizations from brand hacking, Sixgill signals and alerts their customers of phishing attempts, rogue applications, and pharming techniques. They also assist organizations to prioritize their CVE patching with their state-of-the-art dynamic vulnerability rating.
Established in 2014, the company boasts a wide range of customers around the world, including leading Fortune 500 companies as well as US Federal Agencies, financial institutions, and law enforcement agencies, successfully managing and addressing their wide range of cybersecurity challenges.