Powerful, award-winning technologies that collect, analyse and predict cyber risks
Huge volumes of data are collected on a continuous basis by our platforms, identifying cyber risks, conducting clever Machine Learning and predictive analysis algorithms to help you predictively stop cyber attack.
Our SaaS subscription services protect global organisations and their vital assets every day, as well as conducting critical national infrastructure testing in the UK and around the world.
Third-party Supply Chain Risk Management
Quickly gain an overview of the risks companies in your supply chain pose to you, with our expert independent analysis. Relying on vendors to truthfully and accurately provide information can contribute to your own risk. With no implementation costs and no reliance on input from your vendors, we can quickly roll out and scale this service to meet your needs. Learn more about about which companies in your supply chain comply, and which need more of your attention.
Risk-based Vulnerability Management
It is just not possible to patch every one of the thousand vulnerabilities that are found each each year, and prioritise these to the live threats that are posed to your infrastructure.
Using one of the best databases of active vulnerabilities, we prioritise the threats to your business based on threat actor activity in the moment, helping you target your efforts where they have greatest effect.
Cyber Threat Intelligence Platform
Cloud-based and powerful, our award-winning platform uses multiple data sources, an array of sophisticated Machine Learning algorithms and our expert analysis to stop cyber risks before they happen.
Match your current threats to your live vulnerabilities using our cyber risk rating expertise and live cyber threat intelligence.
Our mission is to turn data into actionable insights so that our clients can visualise the threat and understand the threat
We’re trusted by major organisations worldwide to help protect their vital assets, with the highest level of accreditation from the UK Financial Conduct Authority, and the Bank of England.