CyberCore Unveils Supply Chain Security Assessment Tool; Tina Kuhn Quoted

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Jeff BrodyTina Kuhn

CyberCore Technologies has launched a threat assess­ment offer­ing the com­pa­ny designed to help cus­tomers assess poten­tial secu­ri­ty risks to busi­ness­es and prod­ucts at the supply chain level.

The Elkridge, Md-based cyber­se­cu­ri­ty firm said Tuesday its WindRose plat­form employs arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence and machine learn­ing approach­es that work to accel­er­ate analy­sis of supply chain threat vec­tors.

WindRose is designed to meet the most strin­gent secu­ri­ty stan­dards and sup­ports proac­tive analy­sis as defined in the Cyber Security Maturity Model,” said Tina Kuhn, pres­i­dent and CEO of CyberCore.

The tool fol­lows an analy­sis frame­work cov­er­ing more than 50K non-coop­er­a­tive data sources. Analysts use the frame­work to assess 150 threat fac­tors across 15 supply chain ele­ments under five crit­i­cal threat vec­tors.

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Source: GovCon Wire

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