Cyble Launches Defense Threat Intelligence Solution for Law Enforcement and Government Agencies


ALPHARETTA, Georgia – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Cyble, an AI-powered, Y Combinator-backed cyber threat intelligence firm that enables organizations to monitor darkweb and cybercrime, today announced the availability of its threat intelligence solution for defense (LEA) and its Law Enforcement Agency (LEA). This is specifically aimed at helping law enforcement and government agencies to gather, analyze and respond to the exposure of highly sensitive information, enriched by Cyble’s SIGINT analysis and research, which may have implications for law enforcement. national security or geopolitical ramifications. In this regard, Cyble has worked with several law enforcement agencies around the world.

In recent years, organized cybercriminals and state-backed threat actors have actively targeted critical national infrastructure. Recent examples of this include the ransomware attack on the colonial pipeline in the United States, which threatened to cut fuel supplies to half the country.

Countries around the world have seen their governments and military networks hacked and treasures of sensitive data exfiltrated by state-backed and financially motivated adversaries. The threat here is twofold. Threat actors primarily target organizations designated as Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) such as power plants, nuclear facilities, pipelines and refineries, telecommunications network providers, and transportation networks.

Additionally, threat actors also target these organizations’ supply chain ecosystem, which typically includes technology OEMs, contract manufacturers, strategic R&D partners, and IT service providers. These attacks are carried out with the explicit intent of espionage, sabotage and theft of intellectual property.

Manish Chachada, Co-Founder and COO of Cyble, said, “As Cyble continues on its journey to empower more organizations with early threat intelligence, strategic collaborations like these play a key role. With cyber attacks on the exponential rise as more organizations and agencies go digital, we aim to equip our government partners with advanced threat monitoring capabilities to deliver rapid intelligence that they can act on immediately.

Thanks to Cyble Hawk, Cyble now offers deep visibility on the darkweb and the surface web to detect attacks and discover sensitive information before it can be used to compromise state infrastructure, endanger national security, or cause diplomatic problems for governments.

Government agencies will now be empowered to seek out and discover sensitive strategic information that could be used to prevent financial fraud, detect sensitive or strategic data exposure, and deploy appropriate countermeasures. Further details on the capacities are available here.

“Cyble is excited to work with law enforcement and government agencies to help them establish a more resilient presence in cyberspace, providing them with timely and actionable threat intelligence. As we expand our relationship with government and LEA entities, we are excited to take our research and intelligence capabilities to greater heights, ”said Beenu Arora, Co-Founder and CEO of Cyble.

About Cyble:

Cyble is a global provider of SaaS threat intelligence that helps businesses protect themselves from cybercrime and darkweb exposure. Its main goal is to provide organizations with real-time visibility of their digital risk footprint. Supported by Y Combinator as part of the 2021 Winter Cohort, Cyble was also recognized by Forbes as one of the top 20 cybersecurity startups to watch. Based in Alpharetta, Georgia, and with offices in Australia, Singapore and India, Cyble has a global presence. To learn more about Cyble, visit


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