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“Battles are won because of asymmetry,” he says. The victor always has the advantage in some way. In the cybersecurity war, the attackers have long had the upper hand because they outclass the defenders in two key areas: information and time.
HYAS, a leading provider of attribution intelligence solutions for infosec and cybersecurity professionals, today announced that long-time industry visionary and investor, Ariel Silverstone, has joined as Data Protection Officer. Building on the momentum of its recent $6.2 million Series A round led by M12, Microsoft’s venture fund, the company has also secured additional funding from […]
The reason I bring this up is that the familiar cyber security concept of attribution can be done the hard or easy way – although for most organizations, the choice is pre-made. Specifically, the relatively straightforward way to establish attack origin is to use a snitch, leak, or tap – and if you’re NSA, then this is how you would do it. But if you’re the rest of us, then you must rely on more complex technical clues to determine accurate attribution.
Chris Davis, Hyas’s CEO and cofounder, describes his company’s mission as providing “to-the-doorstep attribution,” meaning that it pinpoints attackers’s whereabouts and helps law enforcement apprehend them. “My drive is to locate the bad guy,” he tells Fortune.
As the global economy becomes increasingly digital, the importance of protecting organizations against cyber attacks continues to grow. WINN will help HYAS Infosec Inc. – a Vancouver Island-based information security firm – to commercialize their next generation cybersecurity platform while creating new economic opportunities and employment in the fast-growing threat intelligence sector right here in B.C.
Corporates around the world are expected to spend an estimated $96 billion on cybersecurity efforts this year, but with cybercriminals continuing to rake in the money, that spend may be in vain. It’s a fact that Jeff Spencer, COO of cybersecurity firm HYAS, described as “sad.”