Customers gain real-time threat intelligence context from the Web; Live demonstration at Ignite 2016
LAS VEGAS, April 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- (Ignite Conference 2016 Booth #303) Recorded Future, the real-time threat intelligence company, today announced a new integration with Palo Alto Networks®, the next-generation security company. By joining the Palo Alto Networks Technology Partner Program and completing an integration, Recorded Future can now deliver unique threat insights from the Web to Palo Alto Networks customers.
Recorded Future's real-time threat intelligence, automatically analyzed from the deep, dark and open Web, enables security teams to proactively defend against advanced threats before they impact the business. Security teams can use the context provided by Recorded Future threat intelligence to create effective new security protections, or to validate and add confidence to existing policies put in place using the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform. Security operators are able to make faster verdicts on events, armed with full context around threat actors, their TTPs, malware and other IOCs.
"We are thrilled to team with Palo Alto Networks. Network defenders can truly gain actionable threat intelligence with the combination of Recorded Future and the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform. By using machine learning, natural language processing and other innovative technologies, Recorded Future provides a scalable and automated capability that has the breadth of coverage and speed to defend against advanced, evolving threats. We look forward to working with the Palo Alto Networks team to assist customer organizations in their battle against cyber threats."
- Dr. Christopher Ahlberg, CEO and Co-founder of Recorded Future
"Our integration with Recorded Future provides security operations teams with the ability to augment the threat prevention capabilities of the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform to identify and prevent attacks facing their organization. This approach gives joint customers additional capabilities to effectively prioritize and act on the incidents that pose the greatest threat."
- Marc Benoit, Vice President Technical Business Development at Palo Alto Networks
Recorded Future is exhibiting at Ignite 2016 conference from April 4-6. Customers are invited to a live demonstration of Recorded Future's real-time threat intelligence and to meet our experts at Booth #303. Attendees also can drop by the Track 2 conference session, "Bring Order to Threat Intelligence Feeds with New Open Source Tool," at 10:10am on Wednesday, April 6, to hear Palo Alto Networks Solutions Architect Luigi Mori and Vice President of Technical Business Development Marc Benoit discuss practical ways to make use of high volumes of threat data, featuring Recorded Future use cases.
About Recorded Future
Recorded Future's mission is to empower our customers with real-time threat intelligence, to proactively defend their organizations against threats at the speed and scale of the Internet. With billions of indexed facts, and more added every day, our patented Web Intelligence Engine continuously analyzes the entire Web to give you unmatched insight into emerging threats. Recorded Future helps protect four of the top five companies in the world, and over 10,000 IT security professionals use Recorded Future everyday. Learn more at: www.recordedfuture.com. Follow us on Twitter @RecordedFuture.
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