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.
Sophos is another cybersecurity company that recently consolidated various operations into one – with the aim of improving its intelligence-gathering and product capabilities.
The U.K.-based Sophos earlier this year consolidated three previously separate units – Sophos Labs, Sophos SecOps and Sophos AI – into one group called Sophos X-Ops. The new unit has 500 employees comprised of malware analysts, automation engineers, reverse engineers, cloud infrastructure experts and other experts at Sophos.
“The goal is to find (attackers) on a virtuous cycle faster and faster and faster – and then keep them out,” Raja Patel, senior vice president of products at Sophos, told CRN in August.