10 Hot Cyber Threat Intelligence Tools And Services In 2022
From Sophos’s ‘X-Ops’ To Blackcloak’s ‘Honeypot’ offering, firms are providing more proactive intelligence offerings to combat increasing cyberthreats.
Trellix’s Advanced Research Center
San Jose, Calif.-based Trellix, the giant XDR stalwart, recently combined a number of research units, including its threat-intelligence group, into a new “Advanced Research Center.” The goal: to enhance Trellix’s global threat intelligence capabilities, as well as produce better products to combat cyberattacks.
The new center can already claim an early intelligence-gathering victory. Last month, Trellix announced it had identified a 15-year-old vulnerability in the open source Python programming language that’s still lurking in existing codes and that could put at risk 350,000 open-source coding projects.