Increasing the Efficiency of your Security Operations – An Interview with GreyNoise Intelligence Founder Andrew Morris

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I first met Andrew Morris a few years ago when he was volunteering at a MAVA event. He pitched me his idea for GreyNoise and I really liked it. Being able to track different types of Internet scanning activity so you can remove this noise from your event stream is a great way to increase the effectiveness of your teams and tools. I liked his vision of supporting the community and having free and commercial APIs. Fast forward to now, Andrew was able to complete his initial funding and I am thrilled that Gula Tech Adventures (as an investor of Innerloop Capital) is working with him. Read More…

Memorizing Anything Including Hostile URLs and Malware Hashes with Polarity

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Early this year, Gula Tech Adventures and Strategic Cyber Ventures invested in a memory augmentation company named Polarity. Both of our funds focus on next generation cyber security companies and as such, I often get asked, “Why Polarity?”. I answer, “It makes every security team more efficient regardless of what tools, technology or data they use.”.
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CERT’s Blacklist Ecosystem Analysis: 2016 Update

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If you are not aware of CERT’s work in tracking the “IOC”, “threat sharing” and “threat feed” space, I highly suggest you take a look at their most recent update to the Blacklist Ecosystem Analysis paper.
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