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Predictive cyberthreat service launched

Feb. 25, 2013 at 3:22 PM   |   Comments

MCLEAN, Va., Feb. 25 (UPI) -- A new service to identify cyberthreat vulnerabilities and establish protective measures has been started by U.S. company Booz Allen Hamilton.

The service is called Cyber4Sight Threat Intelligence Services. It is described as an anticipatory service that uses multiple data sources to identify and monitor a company's or organization's unique cybersecurity profile, identify its vulnerabilities to cyberattack and then institute predictive "military grade" intelligence to anticipate and mitigate potential attacks before they occur.

"In today's world, too many organizations wait until a cyberattack occurs before reacting to it," said Booz Allen Vice Chairman Mike McConnell. "Cyber4Sight marks a shift from today's largely reactive security posture to a preemptive, predictive intelligence perspective that ensures an organization stays one step ahead of its attackers.

"Booz Allen's commitment to keeping cyber experts trained on the latest techniques, our all-source approach to adversary threat analysis and our use of in-depth linguistic and socio-cultural analysis make this product unique."

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