WASHINGTON, June 14 (UPI) -- A U.S. firm that tracks and disrupts cyberthreats for the government is offering its security intelligence services to the commercial sector.
Cyber Squared, which has headquarters in Virginia, linked its move to recent cyberattacks on L-3 Communications, Lockheed Martin and RSA.
As a security intelligence company, Cyber Squared delivers an improved approach to cybersecurity in which understanding and awareness of the cyberthreat allow the client to move from a reactive to a proactive security strategy, the company said.
It says it incorporates intelligence analysis of relevant cyberthreats to customer business operations, determines risk and develops individualized, effective security strategies and processes for risk avoidance.
"The recent attacks on high-profile targets -- targets with very rigorous security protocols -- demonstrates that traditional information assurance isn't effective against today's cyberthreats," said Adam Vincent, chief executive officer of Cyber Squared Inc.
"Cyber Squared provides a timely, enhanced understanding of relevant threats so that our clients have an unparalleled ability to characterize and respond to sophisticated threats to their businesses."
Cyber Squared said its analysts have extensive experience performing cybersecurity and intelligence analysis in the federal sector and have tracked and thwarted sophisticated cyberthreats since their emergence nearly a decade ago.
Cyber Squared Inc. security intelligence services are available as either an on- or off-premise service and include experts in the following categories: threat analysis, threat mitigation, integrated solutions, malware analysis, threat operations and security services.