SOS Intelligence provides Threat Intelligence services through curated OSINT feed collection and dark web indexing and monitoring. We offer real time breach alerting, digital risk and reputation monitoring and a comprehensive API toolkit for threat hunting.
It is an established sad fact that one or more online services you may have signed up to will or have already been breached and the user database extracted. This database is sold or shared on hacking forums.
For individuals, businesses, organisations, security researchers plus managed security research providers. Everyone can benefit, including you.
Realtime means you get instant notification when it matters. Be in control. We offer email, Slack, SMS and PagerDuty as well as (plan dependant) API integration.
Empowering everyone to sleep better, knowing that they are tracking Dark Web Threats in realtime.
Our vision is make cyber threat intelligence and breach monitoring affordable and accessible to all business and organisations.
The project that eventually became what SOS Intelligence is now was born out of a need for real time breach alerting and a lack of affordable service providers.
This lead to the internal development of a series of bespoke programs to perform automatic collection and keyword search matching against a number of different open source threat intelligence sources.
The inability to find an affordable, flexible commercial solution drove the in house development of a modular real time data ingestion and search solution that over the period of a year expanded into building of an automated crawling and indexing engine for Tor based onion web services.
As the project ran the amount of data we were collecting increased and we noticed that we had ingested a large amount of breach data in relation to organisations that were also members of the Cyber Security Information Sharing Partnership (CiSP ).
Where possible these organisations were contacted and informed about the items we found. This quickly became a time consuming task and one that wouldn’t be able to continue if it was to be done manually. The project then evolved by finding a method to automate the pushing of alert content to the affected organisation.
An offer was made to all UK public sector CiSP members to provide them with breach alerting for free. The alert push was done by granting us access to a designated slack channel and the automation was completed.
After half a year of making this offer we had large number of early adopters who had subscribed to our alerting service. One of our biggest “customers” at the time had been receiving some thousand alerts a week from us via a custom built API directly into their SOC.
At this point we became aware that to sustain the project we had to fund it – the system it was built on was running out of space and couldn’t scale. There was a clear signal that this could have commercial success so the process to build a business plan and proposal to rebuild the entire solution into a commercial, sustainable and resilient platform began.
The hard part wasn’t the technology, but getting commercial approval and backing! A few more years later, we were able to launch SOS Intelligence in January of 2021.
This is something we have been working on for a good few months and is the culmination of customer feedback since launch. Not only does it give a better experience visually, it’s more intuitive, easier to navigate and much simpler to use.
This is the first important step as part of a series of improvements across the platform. This development and investment in SOS Intelligence as part of our growth funding project which we recently announced.
Our old UI, whilst ok, was not as good as it should be. Ever since launching SOS Intelligence it’s something that’s always caused me to wince slightly – the design and UI didn’t match the product.
Good software lives or dies by how easy it is to use and interact with and it sure helps to look nice too!