BAE Systems‘ Applied Intelligence organization and iSIGHT Partners have inked an agreement to jointly provide cyber threat intelligence offerings to U.S. clients.
Karl Hutter, vice president of global strategic partnerships and channels at iSIGHT Partners, said Friday that the combination of BAE’s CyberReveal platform and iSIGHT Partners' ThreatScape intelligence is intended to help customers “mitigate, detect and respond to the latest security risks.“
“By augmenting the threat intelligence product set we can offer to our customers, we can help them to generate an even more complete picture of their threat landscape and therefore the measures they can take to stay ahead of threat actors,“ added Colin McKinty, VP of cybersecurity strategy for the Americas at BAE.
BAE and iSIGHT Partners signed the deal Wednesday at RSA's conference in San Francisco.
The partnership aims to help cyber clients address threats in real time and gain access to reports in specialist areas.