BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, May 28, 2019 – Cyber Crucible, Inc. (www.cybercrucible.com),
We are excited to announce that Cyber Crucible, leader in Automated Breach Discovery and Response, has joined the Carbon Black Integration Network. Customers of both Cyber Crucible and Carbon Black benefit from the integration where Carbon Black detects malicious and suspicious activity, and Cyber Crucible provides additional automated breach analysis and reporting to identify stolen files and media.
Cyber Crucible’s on-premise integration and triage capability, AlertGlow, receives notifications from Carbon Black’s API of malicious or suspicious behavior, gathers all associated forensic materials, and submits the investigation package to the Cyber Crucible cloud platform for analysis and reporting of attacker behaviors.
“Every company has investments in security products, but few are leveraging them to the maximum. Cyber Crucible enhances clients’ existing security controls by providing additional analytics for suspicious behavior alerts making them more actionable. Carbon Black is a visionary in the endpoint detection and response (EDR) market, and we are very excited to partner with them to provide our mutual clients with even greater cyber risk management, protection, and breach discovery and response capabilities.” – Dennis Underwood, CEO, Cyber Crucible, Inc.
“Leveraging the security investments our customers have made, such as Carbon Black, ensures that we’re connecting the dots and leaving no stone unturned in determining the root cause of breaches. It also allows customers to extend their investments beyond what they initially imagined, getting better results and a better return on investment.” – Kristen Cooper, Board Member, Cyber Crucible, Inc.
About Cyber Crucible
Cyber Crucible’s patented platform solution automates intrusion response analysis before, during, and after a breach, allowing your company security and control. Founded in 2014, Dennis Underwood began Cyber Crucible due to the shortage of cybersecurity experts, the slow, imprecise method of manual analysis, and the uncertainty of a hacker’s activity. Cyber Crucible allows one junior Security Operations Center analyst to operate at the effectiveness of many rare and expensive experts.