If you use open source threat intelligence platforms, we have two integrations you're going to love. Polarity recently developed open-source integrations with AlienVault’s Open Threat Exchange (OTX), and Shodan!
Yes, you read that right. We’re launching two integrations back-to-back. By integrating with these open source products, we are enabling threat analysts to take full advantage of collaborative threat intelligence.
What is AlienVault OTX?
AlienVault OTX is designed to engage the security and IT communities to collaboratively develop and easily use open threat data. OTX offers benefits regardless of an user’s level of expertise. OTX allows security researchers and threat data producers to share research and investigate new threats. Anyone interested in threat intelligence—not just AlienVault customers—can take advantage of OTX.
What is Shodan?
Shodan is the world’s first search engine for internet connected devices. Shodan has servers located around the world that crawl the Internet 24/7 to provide the latest Internet intelligence. Who buys Smart TVs? Which countries are building the most wind farms? What companies are affected by Heartbleed? Shodan provides the tools to answer questions at Internet-scale.
How does this help my team?
Today more and more cyber security analysts are turning to open-source threat intelligence to help drive their decision making. Polarity’s AlienVault OTX integration provides real-time threat intelligence on IP, domain, and hashes while Polarity’s Shodan integration provides real-time information on devices that have been connected to the internet, ranging from televisions to refrigerators.
With these two integrations, Polarity enables analysts to get the most out of open-source threat intelligence data when they need it most, allowing them to make better decisions faster!
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