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June 26th, 2020

Arctic Security Integrates Nessus for Active Vulnerability Scanning

Arctic Security brings support for Nessus vulnerability scanning to Arctic Hub and Node products. Active scanning is a quick and targeted way to find potential threats in connected devices and services therein. Our products turn periodic manual scanning activity into automatic continuous vulnerability monitoring.

May 20th, 2020

Arctic Security helps to improve victim notification with Shodan integration

Owners of systems with unpatched vulnerabilities and faulty configurations must be notified before they get exploited by attackers. Arctic Security automates the victim identification and notification to help National Cyber Security Centers, Service Providers and Enterprises to process Shodan data automatically so that vulnerable and misconfigured systems can be fixed or removed from the Internet.

April 21st, 2020

Arctic Security and Team Cymru Reveal Number of Compromised Organizations Has More Than Doubled Since Stay-at-Home Order

Analysis indicates 50,000 organizations in the US had previously infected computers unknowingly lying dormant behind corporate firewalls, and the newly remote workforce is setting these zombie computers free.

April 17th, 2020

Number of Potentially Compromised Organizations More than Doubles Since January

At the end of March, Arctic Security a Finnish company, noticed an uptick in the number of organizations being potentially compromised on a weekly basis in Finland. During a normal week, the number for a small country such as Finland is approximately 200 organizations. For the week starting on Monday 2020-03-16, the number of organizations had suddenly jumped to 800.

March 19th, 2019

Arctic Security and Surevine add integrations to boost threat intelligence sharing and collaboration

Cybersecurity incidents and new regulation are driving authorities and enterprises to invest more in threat intelligence sharing and collaboration. To support this effort Arctic Security and Surevine have integrated their solutions for swift and effective incident detection, response and prevention.

February 28th, 2019

Arctic Security closes a funding round with prominent Finnish investors to accelerate growth

Arctic Security is proud to announce a follow-on investment to the company’s series A round by notable private entrepreneurs and investors Mikko Kodisoja, Ilkka Paananen and Georg Ehrnrooth. The new investors’ expertise in global growth companies strengthens Arctic Security’s investor base which also includes original investor CapMan Growth. The additional funds will be used to accelerate the company’s international growth in the cyber security market.

January 15th, 2019

Arctic Security adds Akamai and Group-IB threat feed integrations in their cyber threat intelligence products

Arctic Security, a Finland based cyber security company, adds Akamai and Group-IB cyber threat feed integrations in their Arctic Hub and Arctic Node threat intelligence products. Both Akamai and Group-IB operate world-wide and offer leading knowledge on the cyber threats around the world. In addition, Arctic Security continues to support plenty of other commercial threat feeds, such as Blueliv, Fitsec, OpenPhish, Team Cymru and Zone-h, as well as a range of open source threat feeds.

December 13th, 2018

Arctic Security Launches Arctic Node To Help Enterprises Increase Their Cyber Security

Arctic Security, a Finland based cyber security company, launches Arctic Node software product that helps enterprises use threat intelligence to increase their cyber security. Arctic Node completes the product family that also includes Arctic Hub software that is targeted for threat intelligence sharing organizations. Arctic Hub collects, harmonizes and disseminates threat intelligence from various sources. Furthermore, it automates getting the right customized information to the right audience in a timely manner. Now, with Arctic Node enterprises can easily collect the relevant threat intelligence from their preferred sources, such as from a national or commercial cyber security center.

November 22nd, 2018

Arctic Security helps companies reduce their cyber threats with free and open source threat feeds

Arctic Security, a Finland based cyber security company, helps companies reduce their cyber threats by utilizing a range of free and open source threat feeds. The threat feeds collect and distribute up-to-date information about cyber threats. Companies that use this data get a better visibility to the cyber threats around them and know which issues they need to fix in their network. This way they can remarkably increase the level of their cyber security. The problem is, however, that today only a few companies are doing this extensively and systematically, by using multiple independent sources for their threat intelligence.

September 18th, 2018

Arctic Security and KPMG in Singapore Sign MOU to Train the Next Generation of Cyber Security Talent

Arctic Security and KPMG in Singapore have signed a one- year Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), with both parties agreeing to collaborate by using Arctic Security’s Arctic Hub Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) platform to train cyber security professionals on cyber threats detection and response in the KPMG cyber war gaming training lab.

September 18th, 2018

Arctic Security and Rugged Tooling Announce Partnership

Arctic Security, a Finland based cyber security company, and Rugged Tooling, a company focusing on securing large scale communication networks, announce partnership to create integrated cyber security solutions that help organizations to reduce the time to detect and react to cyber threats.

June 20th, 2018

Arctic Security set to launch a next generation cyber intelligence product Arctic Hub this summer

Finnish cybersecurity company Arctic Security is launching a next generation product for organizations and authorities who process cyber threat information. The Arctic Hub is a completely new product built on the foundation of its predecessor AbuseSA and can be used to leveling the playing field against adversaries by becoming a hub of cyber threat intelligence. In short, the Arctic Hub collects and disseminates vital threat information that needs to be shared from the ones who know, to the ones that need to know.