Recorded Future Invests in Data Security Provider SecurityTrails
BOSTON, April 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Recorded Future, the world's largest provider of intelligence for enterprise security, today announced it has invested in data security company SecurityTrails as part of its strategy to invest in early-stage companies that support its mission of making intelligence the great equalizer through persistent and pervasive data collection and analysis. A technology partner since 2018, SecurityTrails provides Recorded Future with key data sources to help ensure the broadest and deepest data collection capabilities for its Intelligence Platform.
"The intelligence generated by our platform serves a vital role for security teams as they work daily to disrupt adversaries and bolster their security posture. Our unrivaled data set of open source, dark web, and technical sources is what sets us apart, so it's critical that we continuously add new types of data at exponentially increasing rates. SecurityTrails is an important part of this process, and we're delighted to support the company's strategy and invest in its growth." – Bill Ladd, Chief Data Scientist, Recorded Future
Founded in 2017, SecurityTrails' technology and resulting data includes deep interaction with DNS servers, historical DNS records, reverse DNS, IP blocks, domain names, associated domain names, WHOIS data, open ports, SSL Certificate Transparency logs, and more. The data sourced from SecurityTrails is ingested through Recorded Future's Intelligence Graph, its proprietary data collection engine.
"We're very excited about our recent investment round. As a product-centric company, we at SecurityTrails can't wait to further our mission of being the Total Internet Inventory." - Chris Ueland, CEO, SecurityTrails
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