SPECTRAMI has penned a collaborative understanding with Flashpoint that allows the team at SPECTRAMI to enrich its security portfolio offered in the region with state-of-the-art Business Risk Intelligence (BRI). Knowledge of the threat landscape and high-value sources of intelligence is half the battle won. With advanced access to legitimate sources of these threats and the right tools to respond, organizations have a complete arsenal to effectively defeat adversaries.
With Flashpoint’s intelligence platform – that includes insights on illicit online communities, finished intelligence reports, discussions on chat services platforms — and the ability to power integrations via its API, clients now have the tools to monitor sources in real-time. This is based on information collected by analysts to generate meaningful intelligence for risk teams across the enterprise space.
Talking about the partnership, Anand Choudha, CEO, SPECTRAMI said, “Flashpoint provides finished intelligence products backed by an extensive historical archive of illicit online communities that has proven to be extremely useful as demonstrated by their success in the space. By adding their line of solutions to our portfolio, we can now offer a total end to end package that builds intelligence, offers automated alert management, and even the best-in-class relevant first response solution to those threats. We believe that our clients can now depend on a single point of support with SPECTRAMI when it comes to their security and the security of the enterprise they run.”
“Adversaries know no boundaries, so organizations in every region need visibility into illicit communities and actors to effectively mitigate business risk,” Ayesha Prakash, Senior Director, Head of Worldwide Channels and Partnerships at Flashpoint. “We are pleased to work with SPECTRAMI, a leading provider of security solutions in the UAE, to expand its portfolio of offerings with meaningful intelligence and information from the most difficult to access and high-risk areas to help their clients combat threats and adversaries.”