Cyble: managing cyber risks with AI threat intelligence

AI Magazine takes a look at Cyble, the SaaS provider that protects companies from cyber crimes with AI-powered actionable threat intelligence

Founded in 2019, Cyble is a global threat intelligence SaaS provider that helps enterprises protect themselves from cybercrimes and exposure on the Surface web, Deepweb, and Darkweb.

The company primarily focuses on providing organisations with real-time visibility into their digital risk footprint and the fast-growing start-up is recognised by Forbes as one of the top 20 Best Cybersecurity start-ups.

Cyble’s vision is to democratise digital risk protection through a combination of automation, human analytics and innovation. 

Ultimately, the company wants to provide organisations with real-time visibility into the vulnerabilities in their digital footprint to empower them to combat cyber threats effectively.

The company’s platform, Cyble Vision secures businesses from emerging threats and limits opportunities for adversaries. It provides businesses with a unified view of their organisation's external threat landscape with the consolidation of intelligence from the darkweb, deepweb, and surface web.

Cyble: minimising attacks with the help of AI

With its incident response capabilities, Vision enables timely detection and response to cyber incidents. In doing so, it effectively minimises the impact of attacks and implements recovery solutions with Vision’s advanced intelligence.

Users can also incorporate actionable threat intelligence in business processes to increase their security team’s efficiency to drastically reduce cyber risks without slowing down business.

Through its AI capabilities, Vision enables users to analyse threat actor Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) and redefine security infrastructure accordingly. As it can be integrated with preexisting vulnerability management solutions, users can gain a real-time view of their exploitable vulnerabilities with Vision, this includes:

  • Leaked customer mentions and records, 
  • Externally vulnerable ports and services, 
  • Compromised bins/credit cards.

The platform also tracks third-party threats and associated security risks through its security scoring mechanism.

Expanding Cyble’s AI threat capabilities 

Recently, Cyble announced that it is now a credible source in the list of key contributors to VirusTotal's risk analysis. Now part of VT’s list of website/domain scanning engine contributors, Cyble will be able to extend its threat research even beyond its client base and serve the entire cybersecurity fraternity at large.

"We're incredibly excited to join hands with VirusTotal. This gives us an opportunity to serve the cybersecurity industry globally. As part of such an extensive global threat information platform, we will continue to scale our tool to cater to a wider audience,” said Beenu Arora, CEO, and Co-Founder of Cyble.

“This partnership will help us direct our efforts towards expanding our threat intelligence capabilities in lockstep with the growing security needs of the industry. Furthermore, being integrated into VirusTotal's list of credible sources portrays our credibility as a trusted and reliable cybersecurity leader and cybercrime mitigation partner,” he added.

On top of this, the company also recently announced it has launched a dedicated Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) Programme to empower industry-leading MSSPs with enhanced controls to provide, configure, and monitor all services provided by Cyble Vision as a software suite to its end customers. 


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