By Iain Gilbert
Date: Wednesday 21 Apr 2021
LONDON (ShareCast) - (Sharecast News) - Cybersecurity firm Avast has struck a partnership with Recorded Future, one of the world's largest providers of intelligence for enterprise security.
Avast said on Wednesday that the deal would see it deliver intelligence on common vulnerabilities and exploit prevalence to Recorded Future, contributing to its real-time intelligence reports shared with clients across the globe.
The FTSE 100-listed firm stated that insights from its reports would allow enterprises to prioritise alerts, calculate risk scores for patching and make better-informed decisions on how to handle a threat or cybersecurity incident.
Chief technology officer Michal Pechoucek said: "The work that Recorded Future does is so important in helping enterprises spot and mitigate vulnerabilities. We are pleased to be able to collaborate with them and share our threat intelligence so they can better inform their customers. We look forward to working with them in an increased capacity in the future."
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