Threat intelligence firm Flashpoint has announced the release of Ignite, a new intelligence platform built to accelerate cross-functional risk mitigation and prevention across vulnerability management and security teams, including those in law enforcement, state and local government, and federal civilian agencies. Designed for practitioners, Ignite delivers real-time pictures of pertinent risks while reducing silos that can result from disparate intelligence feeds from multiple partners, helping organizations in the private and public sectors reduce exposure to cyber threats and tackle national security risks, Flashpoint said. The platform was announced during RSA Conference in San Francisco.
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