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The Flashpoint Ignite Platform brings together team-tailored intelligence across multiple groups into one workspace. Security teams can connect, collaborate, and remediate risk faster with timely and active intelligence. 

Gain visibility into intelligence landscapes across Cyber Threat, Vulnerabilities, Physical Security, and National Security. With a holistic view of risk in one place, security experts can finally close the gap between data, intelligence, and action.

Trial members will get access to :

  • Flashpoint Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI):  Search through thousands of sources, monitor the communication between illicit actors, and consume finished intelligence reports written by Flashpoint analysts to understand their risks and make informed decisions on where, when, and how to act.
  • Vulnerability Management (VulnDB): Prioritize and remediate the vulnerabilities that matter most to your organization using complete and enriched data (EPSS, ransomware likelihood score, social risk score, exploit availability, and temporal analysis).
  • Flashpoint Physical Security Intelligence: Monitor key locations and assets, get real-time alerts about relevant critical events, investigate incidents to understand and inform future strategies, and equip your teams with the information needed to build a proactive, intelligence-led physical security program. 

* Additional Flashpoint products and services are available for trial upon request

Access to the platform is enabled immediately upon completion of a no-cost order/subscription agreement, with access for up to a flexible time frame from activation. If your team would like to discuss these solutions further, Flashpoint will partner with you to understand your priorities and recommend an appropriate solution.

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“Flashpoint has given us clear visibility into threat actor techniques, technology, and procedures that we have used to proactively put defenses in place for, and it allowed us to disrupt at least one attack campaign that impacted peer financial institutions and included monetary loss”