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Introducing the SOS Intelligence Source Library

Amir and Daniel

I’m delighted to announce that last week we launched our newest feature, the Source Library for paying customers. This has been in development for the past few months and the team has done an outstanding job getting this live. Thank you guys!

I sat down with Daniel, our Threat Intelligence Analyst and frequent guest on our webinars to run through the specifics.

You can see what we covered below:

  1. Introduction of the Source Library: this has been developed in the background over the last few months and the team has done an excellent job. Having our new developer, Srdjan is already paying dividends.
  2. Purpose: The Source Library aims to provide customers with additional context and information about the sources being monitored, as well as specific alerts generated. This has been something that has been requested and gives the extra information which often helps with context and understanding of what is happening, or could happen.
  3. Strategic Decision: Integrating the Source Library into the platform was a strategic decision based on customer feedback and the direction of the platform. The 2024 roadmap is looking solid! We are always balancing the work required / difficulty and return.
  4. Collection Plan Management: The focus of the development was on managing the collection plan, which is crucial for the intelligence process, especially in content ingestion and matching.
  5. Features of the Source Library:
    • Provides a browsable view of all collection sources with status indicators making it easy to read.
    • Includes tags for categorizing sources based on topics – this is extremely useful for marking and returning to data.
    • Implements a risk scoring system for each source based on various factors, showing the high risk items.
    • Offers transparency and visibility to our customers.
  6. Continuous Development: The Source Library is considered a living thing and will be continuously updated and expanded as the platform evolves.
  7. Ransomware Data and Statistics: Customers can access ransomware statistics, filtering by industry vertical, group, and time period, to understand the frequency and distribution of ransomware attacks.
  8. Integration with Alerts: Each alert references a collection source, allowing users to quickly assess the risk level associated with the alert based on the source’s risk score.

I’d like to highlight the importance of listening to our customers. We pride ourselves on actively listening to feedback and requests. Whilst not all may be feasible, a lot are and we are focused on continuing to launch new features based on customer needs.

Thanks again to Daniel and Srdjan for the work on this!

If you have any questions about the source library or SOS Intelligence in general and how it can become part of your companies’ cyber protection, please do get in touch.

Photo by Ryunosuke Kikuno on Unsplash

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