Resecurity presents a new cyber intelligence platform at the African Land Forces Summit (ALFS22)

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LOS ANGELES, Calif., March 20, 2022 — Resecurity®, a Los Angeles-based cybersecurity and intelligence company, announced that it will showcase its next-generation cyberintelligence platform at the African Land Forces Summit, March 21-25, 2022. After being hosted in Africa in recent years, the event will bring together land force commanders and designated representatives from more than 40 African nations to Columbus, GA, USA, for cybersecurity training, sharing best practices and building partnerships with US Army leaders.

As Africa’s economy continues to digitalize and evolve, reaching $3.3 trillion in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2017, the cost of cybercrime is also rising, costing Africa $3.5 billion. the same year. As the United States faces similar challenges and recognizes that cyber threats know no borders, the African Land Forces Summit will bring together more than 300 African and American leaders to share knowledge on investigative techniques, data-driven cyber intelligence solutions, forensic capabilities and partnerships to prevent cross-border digital terrorism.

“As the world becomes increasingly digital, we see cyber threats and attacks from nation states following suit. As with any other type of warfare, we must arm our governments and armies with the most advanced technologies and intelligence. to keep our nations safe,” said Christian Lees, CTO of Resecurity. “Rescurity is proud to foster this transnational collaboration and continue to provide militaries with the increased visibility and actionable data they need to compete with their adversaries.”

As the main sponsor of the event, Resecurity will showcase its AI-powered cyber intelligence solutions for the military and lessons learned from existing military customers. As the military faces an evolving, large-scale threat landscape, Resecurity’s solutions enable governments to quickly identify and analyze emerging threats from around the world in a single dashboard, accelerating both their analysis and their response. Currently, 12 law enforcement and defense organizations use their product for threat landscape monitoring, in-depth investigation and intelligence gathering based on over 34,000 integrated data points.

“Africa continues to be a strategic growth area for Resecurity. Increasing our physical presence and region-specific solutions and services will be a priority area for Resecurity in the coming year,” said Gene Yoo, CEO of Resecurity. “Through our continued expansion in the region, Resecurity will continue to enable African organizations and law enforcement agencies to make faster, smarter and more informed decisions and increase their visibility into cyber threats.”

Resecurity focuses on Africa as a key region to combat malicious activity and terrorism, recently sharing its expertise through African security conferences, including Cyber ​​Intelligence Africa and CyberX Africa, and partnering to the Safety and Intelligence Network Africa (SINA) to accelerate cybersecurity intelligence and technology in Africa. .

With Resecurity’s portfolio of clients including military and law enforcement agencies across Africa, the company is uniquely positioned to foster relationships between state security, military and government leaders. States and Africa. All Resecurity products and services have successfully passed appropriate export control procedures and are available to cybersecurity professionals based in non-embargoed (sanctioned) and ITAR-banned countries.

To learn more about Resecurity’s military cyber risk management and threat intelligence solutions, visit https://resecurity.com.


About Security
Resecurity® is a cybersecurity company that provides a unified platform for endpoint protection, risk management and cyber threat intelligence. Recognized for providing the best data-driven intelligence solutions, Resecurity’s services and platforms focus on early identification of data breaches and comprehensive protection against cybersecurity risks. Founded in 2016, it has been globally recognized as one of the world’s most innovative cybersecurity companies with the sole mission of enabling organizations to combat cyber threats, regardless of their sophistication. Most recently, Resecurity was named one of the 10 fastest growing private cybersecurity companies in Los Angeles, California by Inc. Magazine. Official member of AFCEA, NDIA, SIA and Infragard. To learn more about Resecurity, visit https://resecurity.com/

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