Cybersixgill Raises the Bar on Generative AI

New, refined organization-specific threat intelligence and enhanced reporting available

Cybersixgill, a global cyber threat intelligence data provider, has announced new enhancements to Cybersixgill IQ, its generative AI solution launched less than two months ago.

As generative AI undergoes rapid evolution, so is Cybersixgill continuously pushing IQ and cyber threat intelligence (CTI) into new territory. Harnessing state-of-the-art generative AI technologies, Cybersixgill IQ makes CTI accessible to organizations at any security maturity level and addresses a multitude of user personas and cybersecurity challenges.

The new Cybersixgill IQ enhancements are built on the premise that as good as CTI is, it is critical to match intelligence with insights that matter to each company's specific context. Leveraging generative AI, Cybersixgill IQ’s unique threat intelligence, embedded with its Attack Surface Management module, delivers contextual insights, allowing organizations to make significant strides in combating the most pertinent threats. Additionally, the solution overcomes issues of data trust found in other generative AI offerings and adheres to data privacy regulations by protecting users’ data and never sharing it with the generative AI model or any third parties.

“Generative AI is rapidly evolving, as vendors enhance their offerings to keep up with the transformative potential it brings to cybersecurity and threat intelligence,” said Jon Oltsik, distinguished analyst and Fellow with Enterprise Strategy Group and the founder of the firm’s cybersecurity service. “Cybersixgill’s new generative AI contextual insights can provide incremental value in areas like EASM and CTI analysis, while considering each organization’s specific assets, attack surface, and other important attributes. These AI-driven insights can then help defenders stay ahead of the cybercriminal underground. Companies that use Cybersixgill’s generative AI capabilities could easily see improvements in security efficacy and operational efficiency.”

“Today, we are disrupting CTI by adopting generative AI across our platform to offer a groundbreaking new experience,” said Gabi Reish, chief product officer for Cybersixgill. “The ability to add each company’s specific attack surface context to the equation truly unravels the most critical threat exposure challenges customers face daily and helps users build formidable defenses against the threats targeting them. As we strive to be the gold standard for AI-based threat intelligence, we are excited to introduce these new capabilities and demonstrate our ability to outpace the industry in bringing these important new features to the market.”

Cybersixgill IQ is an end-to-end solution that seamlessly integrates into customers’ existing CTI workflows, supplementing and enhancing the company’s deep, dark web threat intelligence through its intuitive portal or API. The generative AI solution solves many pain points of overburdened security teams, such as addressing alert fatigue, sifting through overwhelming volumes of threat data, and managing and monitoring an ever-expanding attack suråface. The combination of CTI, ASM – whether Cybersixgill’s ASM module or that of another provider – and generative AI means organizations can receive the most relevant data and intelligence for their business, industry, region, and other factors. 

Additional Cybersixgill IQ enhancements now available.

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