UPDATED 20:29 EDT / APRIL 20 2023


Dataminr AI cybersecurity offering provides actionable intelligence on real-time risks

Real-time event and risk detection company Dataminr Inc. today announced the launch of a new artificial intelligence cybersecurity offering designed to deliver actionable intelligence on real-time risks and cyber-physical threats to corporate enterprises.

Dataminr Pulse for Cyber Risk provides enterprises with a cross-functional product suite that enables chief information security officers and their teams to maintain a common operating picture for faster and more effective responses to cross-domain threats.

Pulse for Cyber Risk cross-correlates diverse data formats spanning text, image, video, sound and machine-generated sensor data, using AI-based deep learning with real-time detection models encompassing natural language understanding for text across 150 languages. The service also uses computer vision for images and videos, optical character recognition and logo detection, audio processing and classification and multivariable anomaly detection.

The new service includes 50 new cyber-specific signal topics covering use cases such as cyber-physical convergence with real-time intelligence, physical threats to information technology and operational technology infrastructure, network and power outages, natural disasters and emerging geopolitical risks.

Vulnerability prioritization allows users to prioritize patching with visibility across the entire lifecycle of a vulnerability, from pre-Common Vulnerabilities and Exposure to exploitation, while surfacing relevant vulnerabilities in infrastructure. Users can use the service to mitigate risk by tracking threats to subsidiaries and third parties across ransomware, advanced persistent threat groups, breaches, leaks, distributed denial-of-service, defacement and malware activity. Digital risk detection provides early warning of risks to digital assets, including leaked credentials and data, account and domain impersonation and mentions across the deep and dark webs.

“With over 1,500 corporate and government organizations relying on Dataminr’s AI platform — including two-thirds of the Fortune 50 and more than half of the Fortune 100 — Dataminr is now unlocking new value for the chief information security officer and their teams,” Ted Bailey, founder and chief executive of Dataminr, said in a statement.

Alongside the launch of Pulse for Cyber Risk, Dataminr also announced the launch of the Cyber-Physical A2I Partner Coalition. The coalition aims to address the growing challenges corporations face at the intersection of cyber and physical security. Founding members include Claroty Ltd., Google LLC-owned Mandiant, NightDragon Security LLC, Optiv Security LLC and ServiceNow Inc.

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