Firedome announces alliance with Maltiverse for advanced IoT threat intelligence | IoT Now News & Reports

Firedome announces alliance with Maltiverse for advanced IoT threat intelligence | IoT Now News & Reports

Source Node: 2135968

Firedome, a provider in endpoint protection for IoT, announced an alliance with Maltiverse, a threat intelligence provider with skilled data for IoT threats, to provide advanced IoT threat intelligence in the Firedome Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP).

Providing a tailored solution for security teams, Firedome EPP for IoT detects and prevents cyber attacks on any IoT device as a direct target or as entry points to infiltrate the network. The lightweight agent built for IoT devices in the enterprise, home or industrial setting and across multiple verticals such as healthcare, energy, smart building, retail and more, causes no impact on user experience and ensures the device’s ongoing security.

Through this alliance, Maltiverse will enrich the Firedome EPP with advanced threat intelligence, providing a more improved posture for detecting and responding to security threats. With more sanitised data, Maltiverse’s machine learning algorithms will improve the accuracy in identifying and correlating threat indicators and enable Firedome’s customers to more effectively detect and mitigate threats.

“This partnership is a testament to our commitment to delivering the best possible security solutions for our customers. We are confident that this alliance will set a new standard in the industry and drive innovation and growth for both companies,” says Orr Chen, Firedome co-founder and CTO. “We look forward to the opportunities this partnership will bring and to continuing to serve our customers with the highest level of security solutions.”

“The integration of Maltiverse’s data and insights, aligned with the Mitre Attack Framework, will provide customers with a comprehensive view of the threat landscape, allowing for more informed and proactive security measures,” says Antonio Gómez, the chief product officer of Maltiverse.

Comment on this article below or via Twitter: @IoTNow_OR @jcIoTnow

Time Stamp:

More from IoT Now