SiliconAngle reports that Flashpoint's new Ignite intelligence platform introduced at the RSA 2023 Conference seeks to facilitate quicker mitigation and prevention of cross-functional risks across organizations' cyber threat intelligence, national security, vulnerability management, and physical security teams.
Ignite, which could be integrated with Flashpoint's Managed Attribution and Automate solutions, has been touted to provide real-time risk information while preventing dissimilar intelligence feeds through reduced silos.
Organizations could also leverage Ignite to consolidate mission-critical intelligence, bolster operational efficiency, and address the shortfall in the cybersecurity workforce with its integrated user experience, according to Flashpoint.
"Flashpoint Ignite is built for practitioners, helping them rapidly locate the most relevant team-tailored intelligence from our world-class collections, returning search results in less than a second. It's also a unifier a bridge between teams that catalyzes an organization's ability to fully understand its risk profile, prioritize operations and efficiently tackle daily challenges," said Flashpoint Chief Product and Engineering Officer Patrick Gardner.
North Korea's Lazarus Group has leveraged the backdoored PDF reader app SwiftLoader used in the RustBucket campaign to facilitate the deployment of the KANDYKORN macOS malware in a bid to better evade detection, according to The Hacker News.
Europol and law enforcement agencies across seven countries, including the U.S., have dismantled a Ukraine-based ransomware operation following the arrests of its alleged leader and four accomplices, CyberScoop reports.
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