Anomali To Provide Threat-Sharing Expertise To U.S. House of Representatives
November 15, 2017
REDWOOD CITY, Calif.-- Anomali, a provider of market-leading threat intelligence solutions, announced that it appeared before the U.S. House of Representatives Homeland Security Committee. Patricia Cagliostro, Federal Solutions Architect Manager, will testify regarding the value of public-private cyber threat information sharing.
The Homeland Security Committee invited Anomali to share its expertise as the first company to automatically share threat intelligence with the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Automated Indicator Sharing program (AIS). The Anomali threat intelligence platform offers out-of-the-box integration with DHS AIS and facilitates cyber intelligence sharing communities.
“We have long supported the Department of Homeland Security and their threat sharing initiatives,” stated Hugh Njemanze, Anomali chief executive officer. “We are proud that Anomali was the first to fully integrate two-way threat-sharing capabilities with AIS. Our community of enterprises strongly values the ability to receive threats from and contribute to the DHS ecosystem.”
The Anomali suite of threat intelligence solutions empowers organizations to detect, investigate and respond to active cybersecurity threats. The award-winning ThreatStream threat intelligence platform aggregates and optimizes millions of threat indicators, creating a "cyber no-fly list." Anomali integrates with internal infrastructure to identify new attacks, or search forensically over the past year to discover existing breaches, and enables security teams to quickly understand and contain threats. Anomali also offers STAXX, a free tool to collect and share threat intelligence, and provides a free, out of the box intelligence feed, Anomali Limo.