Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Criminal IP: Enhancing Security Solutions through AWS Marketplace Integration

AI SPERA, a leader in Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) solutions, announced today that its proprietary search engine, Criminal IP, is now available on the AWS Marketplace. This integration ensures efficient software procurement and deployment, aligning seamlessly with customers’ existing cloud architectures.

After meeting specific technical and security standards set by AWS, the SaaS-based Criminal IP search engine ensures reliability and seamless integration with AWS services. The AWS Marketplace, a significant platform primarily used in the US, provides Criminal IP with access to a vast global customer base, enhancing its visibility and credibility. This listing demonstrates the critical role of AWS Marketplace in the software’s adoption and success.

<Criminal IP, a comprehensive threat intelligence tool, is now available on the AWS Marketplace>

Criminal IP excels in threat detection, empowering cybersecurity with unparalleled intelligence.

Criminal IP is the industry’s leading IP address intelligence tool, leveraging AI and machine learning to provide unparalleled visibility into the risks associated with internet-connected devices. It offers comprehensive solutions for fraud detection, attack surface management, and threat hunting.

Additionally, Criminal IP offers seamless API integration, allowing effortless incorporation of threat intelligence data into existing services and security systems such as SOAR and SIEM. With a rich repository of cyber threat intelligence data, including risk classification, geographical insights, vulnerable asset graphs, and more, Criminal IP empowers organizations to stay ahead in the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity.

Seamless Integration and Payment Flexibility Between AWS Marketplace and Criminal IP

Criminal IP’s presence on the AWS Marketplace brings several conveniences for users. The interconnected tokens of AWS and Criminal IP seamlessly exchange information, allowing users to leverage both platforms’ strengths without encountering data silos or compatibility issues.

Additionally, customers enjoy consistent plans and subscription options on Criminal IP, regardless of whether transactions are initiated through Criminal IP or the AWS Marketplace. This uniformity extends to credit usage monitoring for specific features and APIs, accessible directly from the dashboard, promoting transparency and ease of management.

<Payments on AWS Marketplace seamlessly reflect on Criminal IP>

“The most important aspect of entering the AWS Marketplace was to ensure easier compatibility between AWS Cloud and ‘Criminal IP’ threat intelligence. We paid a lot of attention to interoperability with AWS products and credit management systems,” stated Byungtak Kang, CEO of AI SPERA. “We will continue to pursue Marketplace registration to secure global customers and increase interoperability with various clouds in the future.”

Explore the detailed features of the newly listed Criminal IP on the AWS Marketplace, as well as Criminal IP ASM, an Automated Attack Surface Management SaaS solution that monitors all internet-connected assets and vulnerabilities.

About AI Spera

AI SPERA, a leader in Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) solutions, significantly expanded its reach with the launch of its flagship solution, Criminal IP, in 2023. Since then, the company has established technical and business collaborations with over 40 renowned global security firms, including VirusTotal, Cisco, Tenable, Sumo Logic, and Quad9.

Available in five languages (English, French, Arabic, Korean, and Japanese), the search engine ensures a powerful service for users worldwide.

In addition to the CTI search engine, the company also offers Criminal IP ASM, a SaaS-based Attack Surface Management Solution available on Azure Marketplace, and Criminal IP FDS, an AI-based Anomaly Detection Solution used for credential stuffing prevention and fraud detection.


Michael Sena
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