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REDACT

Providing the

TRIES FRAMEWORK

 

If your company develops novel technologies or products that are highly competitive or regulated, chances are excellent that you’re on a hacker team’s radar (assuming that you haven’t already been breached). However, the hacker team is just the middleman in this operation. You want to know who they might be selling your data to.

Before 2015, that information was extremely difficult to obtain. Today, it’s not only obtainable but it can inform and integrate with your company’s existing network security tools. Taia Global’s Redact™ and OverWatch™ are the only products of their kind available outside of a classified environment.

Deep IP Intelligence

DeepIPIntelligence

Security Information and Event Management products provide you with almost everything there is to know about who’s visiting your company’s website except for the most important thing – the name of the organization or agency that’s actually doing the visiting. OverWatch™, built using the Common Event Format (.CEF) standard, works seamlessly with your existing SIEM product and will alert you when one of our several hundred Russian, Chinese, French, and South Korean government-funded State Key Labs, research universities, government investment funds, or state-owned enterprises is visiting your website.

These aren’t attackers, but they are interested in your product or research. Whether its for competitive intelligence or merely the earliest stage of evaluating your company’s products to determine future interest, OverWatch™ is your network’s early warning system.

REDACT on Maltego

OverWatch™ can integrate with Maltego, ArcSight ESM Dashboard, ThreatStream, and other .CEF compatible platforms. This screenshot provides a sample output using our Maltego transform. Once OverWatch™ finds an exact or fuzzy match in the client’s web logs, it provides the following output which is a brief synopsis of the intelligence available in the Redact™ search portal:

Maltego

 

REDACT Search Portal

Taia Global’s Redact™ search portal (hosted on Amazon Web Services) provides your cyber security analyst with a way to dig further into the data provided by OverWatch™ and mine over 5,000 individual research projects funded by Russia, China, France, and South Korea.

In addition to obtaining project-level data, your analyst can see how the research institute is connected to its government funding agency, who its customers are, and other hard-to-get information.

MOD diagram

 

 

 

Connecting the dots for your CEO

When OverWatch™ and Redact™ connects a state-funded research institute to an IP address that has been searching your company’s websites for ITAR (Dept. of State International Traffic in Arms Regulations)  or EAR (Dept. of Commerce Export Administration Regulations) controlled products, and then shows related projects in that institute’s research portfolio, your CEO will instantly understand the threat and see the value of your security investment without your CISO having to talk about CVEs, SQLi, or RATs; something that both your CEO and CISO will immediately appreciate.

One of the world’s largest defense contractors is a Taia Global customer. If you’d like to arrange for a demo of OverWatch™ and Redact™, please contact us today.

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Identifying at-risk digital assets by mining the world's R&D

The most powerful weapon in chess is to have the next move.

David Ionovich Bronstein, (Chess Grandmaster 1950)

Taia Global Story

Taia Global, Inc. has provided cyber security consultations and threat briefings to multinational corporations as well as government agencies in the U.S. and allied nations since 2011. In November, 2014 Taia Global became a product company with the introduction of Redact™.

The History of Taia Global at a Glance

  • 2011

    Taia Global is born

    Taia Global, Inc. was formed in January 2011 as a cyber security consultancy that provided services to several multinational companies in R&D, aerospace, and telecommunications.

  • 2012

    Suits and Spooks Collision Events

    In addition to the company’s consulting services, Taia Global CEO Jeffrey Carr founded the Suits and Spooks security event.

  • 2014

    Taia Global launches Redact (alpha) v1.0

    After raising an angel funding round with Blu Venture Investors in the Fall of 2014, Taia Global released an alpha version of its Redact R&D search engine for initial testing to several large aerospace companies.

  • 2015

    Taia Global launches Redact (beta) v2.0

    After six months of product testing and development, Taia Global will release a beta version 2.0 for the aerospace, defense, and biotechnology sectors in June, 2015.

Our Executive Team

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Jeffrey Carr

President/CEO
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Dr. Shlomo Argamon

Chief Scientist
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Joe L'Italien

Chief Sales Officer
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Chris Comptom

Chief Financial Officer
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News and Media

BBC 24hr News
BBC 24hr News
NPR’s All Things Considered
NPR’s All Things Considered
CTV News Clip
CTV News Clip
Fox Business Risk and Reward
Fox Business Risk and Reward
New Study Adds to Skepticism
New Study Adds to Skepticism
New theory in Sony hacking
New theory in Sony hacking
What if North Korea Wasn’t Behind the Sony Hack?
What if North Korea Wasn’t Behind the Sony Hack?
White House Deflects Doubts on Source of Sony Hack
White House Deflects Doubts on Source of Sony Hack
Let’s Talk Calmly About Privacy and Security Podcast: Episode 4 – The Sony Hack
Let’s Talk Calmly About Privacy and Security Podcast: Episode 4 – The Sony Hack
Interview with Shlomo Argamon
Interview with Shlomo Argamon
SEC Weighs Cybersecurity Disclosure Rules
SEC Weighs Cybersecurity Disclosure Rules
Report: Mercenaries Behind APT Attacks
Report: Mercenaries Behind APT Attacks
Hacker’s List Struggles to Keep Up With Its New-Found Fame
Hacker’s List Struggles to Keep Up With Its New-Found Fame
Forget North Korea – Russian Hackers Are Selling Access To Sony Pictures, Claims US Security Firm
Forget North Korea – Russian Hackers Are Selling Access To Sony Pictures, Claims US Security Firm
HACKED EMAILS REVEAL RUSSIAN PLANS TO OBTAIN SENSITIVE WESTERN TECH
HACKED EMAILS REVEAL RUSSIAN PLANS TO OBTAIN SENSITIVE WESTERN TECH
HOW HACKERS FOR HIRE, FROM TEENAGE “SCRIPT KIDDIES” TO MEMBERS OF SOPHISTICATED INDUSTRIAL RINGS, PROVIDE “ESPIONAGE AS A SERVICE.”
HOW HACKERS FOR HIRE, FROM TEENAGE “SCRIPT KIDDIES” TO MEMBERS OF SOPHISTICATED INDUSTRIAL RINGS, PROVIDE “ESPIONAGE AS A SERVICE.”
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A handout photo taken by Greenpeace on September 18, 2013, shows Greenpeace activists boarding GazpromТs СPrirazlomnayaТ Arctic oil platform somewhere off Russia north-eastern coast in the Pechora Sea. Two activists from Greenpeace were scaling today an oil platform owned by state energy giant Gazprom in the Russian Arctic in a bid to stop it drilling for oil in a hugely sensitive area, the environmental group said. AFP PHOTO /  GREENPEACE / DENIS  SINYAKOV
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BREAKING: SCANEX Reported Greenpeace Vessel Arctic Sunrise to FSB, Then Sought To Cover It Up

On September 18, 2013 Greenpeace protestors left the Arctic Sunrise on inflatable motor boats and headed towards Gazprom’s oil platform, the Prirazlomnaya, to protest drillings’ which threaten the pristine Arctic environment. The Russian Coast Guard was informed of the attempted protest action and sent commandos to intercept them. They rammed the Greenpeace inflatables, fired shots across the […]

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