Shannon Wilkinson, Co-Founder and CEO and Troy Wilkinson
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many companies to accelerate and fully embrace digital transformations in operations, distribution, and customer engagement with remote workforces and cloud-based platforms in the past year. However, the sudden shift has exposed vulnerabilities and compounded various data breach problems for enterprises. Due to the challenges of processing high volumes of data—security operations teams find it cumbersome to routinely analyze and derive actionable insights to thwart future attacks proactively. This translates to a frustrating amount of time and effort in managing multiple disconnected security systems. That said, organizations must re-evaluate their cybersecurity strategies and system controls, and risk management functions. “We aim to solve the issues of threat intelligence platforms by helping companies respond to the ever-changing threat landscape with our innovative cybersecurity solution,” begins Co-Founder and CEO of Tego Cyber, Shannon Wilkinson. Tego Cyber delivers a state-of-the-art threat intelligence platform by integrating its proprietary, automated Tego Guardian app to enable enterprises to identify imminent threats and deploy relevant solutions before data security is compromised. The company’s platform merges with an organization’s existing SIEM products, such as Splunk, to detect threat indicators and malicious actors through aggregated real-time global cyber intelligence within an enterprise environment.
The Tego Cyber Threat Intelligence Platform increases the value of existing cybersecurity infrastructure through its integration. The platform takes in vetted and curated threat data and utilizes a proprietary process to compile, analyze, and deliver actionable insights to an enterprise network in a timely, informative, and relevant format. In addition, it automatically creates updates for users through its curated and aggregated threat intelligence feeds, eliminating the need for human interaction to identify known threats. “By providing security operations teams additional context of the threats at their fingertips, our solution enhances an enterprise’s current cybersecurity tools and facilitates rapid decision-making without increasing complexity,” explains Shannon.
The Tego Cyber Threat Intelligence Platform does not simply notify you that an IP address is harmful but also provides context on threats in the user’s environment, including why, where, when, and how relevant it is. This additional context includes specific details needed to identify and counteract threats to help security teams spend less time searching for disparate information, enabling them to prioritize and filter critical vulnerabilities promptly. Furthermore, the installation process is designed to be as seamless as possible. Users can easily install the platform through the Splunk base site and enter the license key purchased from Tego Cyber.
Founded in 2019, Tego Cyber has stayed true to its tagline’ threat intelligence that is intelligent’ by empowering organizations to make fast and informed decisions for safeguarding their network with its innovative cybersecurity solution. The company prides itself on its highly experienced executive team, including veteran government officials, with combined 75 years of experience in technology and cybersecurity. Earlier this year, Tego Cyber’s common shares commenced trading on the OTCQB Venture Marketplace under the symbol ‘TGCB.’ Moving ahead, Tego Cyber plans to do integrations with other SIEM Platforms such as Elastic, Devo, IBM QRadar, AT&T Cybersecurity, and more within the next two years. Besides expanding its threat intelligence platform with more integrations to other SIEM platforms, the company has expanded its cyber threat intelligence reporting services for enterprises and high-net-worth individuals.