Silent Push wins 2024 Cybersecurity Excellence Award in Threat Intelligence category

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We’re honored to have recently been granted the 2024 Cybersecurity Excellence Award in the Threat Intelligence category. The past two years have seen significant growth, not only of our platform, but also our team and subsequent expertise. We’d like to thank our users, partners, and investors who have supported us along our journey.

The Cybersecurity Excellence Awards recognize and celebrate companies, products, and professionals that demonstrate excellence, innovation, and leadership in information security. 

“We congratulate Silent Push on being recognized as an award winner in the Threat Intelligence category of the 2024 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards,” said Holger Schulze, CEO of Cybersecurity Insiders and founder of the 600,000-member Information Security Community on LinkedIn, which organizes the 9th annual Cybersecurity Excellence Awards. “With over 600 entries across more than 300 categories, the awards are highly competitive. Silent Push’s achievement reflects outstanding commitment to the core principles of excellence, innovation, and leadership in cybersecurity.”

Since the beginning, our mission has remained the same: to help organizations move away from post-breach data and IOCs contained within most threat feeds and consoles, and operate more effectively with a set of security practices that place an emphasis on intelligence data that’s pre-evaluated and easy to ingest.

“Organizations are desperately trying to better detect and block emerging attacker activity prior to an attack launching. Timely, Accurate and Complete first-party data sets Silent Push apart from legacy threat intel providers, exposing Indicators of Future Attack (IOFA) that allow customers to act before a breach occurs.” – Ken Bagnall, Silent Push CEO

We can’t wait to see what the future holds for us and look forward to sharing new platform features and functions, continuing our efforts to detect threats before they’re weaponized.