A start-up company based in Maryland is offering its Hive-IQ cloud-based threat analysis and collaboration tool to airports, to supplement ongoing cyber-security work for the US Department of Defense (DoD).
TeamWorx Security was founded in October 2016 and currently employs four people, according to Chris Anthony, co-founder and chief executive. The company was spun out of the Applied Physics Lab at Johns Hopkins University, where Anthony and the other founders developed the Mission Analysis and Research of Threat Intelligence (MARTI) tool.
Essentially a commercial version of MARTI, Hive-IQ is a knowledge management platform that can assimilate indicators of compromise (pieces of forensic data, such as data found in system log entries or files, that identify potentially malicious activity) and other threat intelligence data from multiple sources.
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