CyberCore Unveils Supply Chain Security Assessment Tool; Tina Kuhn Quoted

Jeff Brody
Tina Kuhn

CyberCore Technologies has launched a threat assessment offering the company designed to help customers assess potential security risks to businesses and products at the supply chain level.

The Elkridge, Md-based cybersecurity firm said Tuesday its WindRose platform employs artificial intelligence and machine learning approaches that work to accelerate analysis of supply chain threat vectors.

WindRose is designed to meet the most stringent security standards and supports proactive analysis as defined in the Cyber Security Maturity Model," said Tina Kuhn, president and CEO of CyberCore.

The tool follows an analysis framework covering more than 50K non-cooperative data sources. Analysts use the framework to assess 150 threat factors across 15 supply chain elements under five critical threat vectors.

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