Press Release: November 23, 2020
Based on its recent analysis of the global artificial intelligence (AI)-powered Web intelligence market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Cobwebs Technologies with the 2019 Global Technology Innovation Award for leveraging machine learning (ML) and AI-powered analytics to develop industry-leading Web intelligence solutions. Its game-changing solutions empower organizations to search, and analyze information across the open, deep, and dark Webs to solve cases quickly, identify new threats and prevent incidents. The technology enables clients to search single leads and develop case investigations with information gathered from multiple sources, increasing security analyst teams’ productivity.
Cobwebs’ solution helps operators track down suspicious targets and view their connections with other objectives to expand out, reconstruct social circles, and identify other entities-of-interest to build cases. It extracts hidden insights landmarks within text or images, enabling security analysts to identify and locate threats in real time and generate forensic evidence, drastically reducing a client’s search time and increasing public safety and security.
“Cobwebs integrates its solution with streamlined AI and ML analytics algorithms that help law enforcement agencies and other clients to scan myriad data sources based on operator-provided search terms. It displays any relevant information through an intuitive user dashboard, allowing organizations to build reports or suspect cases rapidly,” said Danielle VanZandt, Industry Analyst at Frost & Sullivan. “After security teams define general or case-specific search perimeters, Cobwebs’ solution alerts operators about new information through an automated monitoring feature. Security analysts can also adjust alerts based on relevance to a specific case or incident.”
Cobwebs’ solution helps operators track down suspicious targets and view their connections with other objectives to expand out, reconstruct social circles, and identify other entities-of-interest to build cases. It extracts hidden insights landmarks within text or images, enabling security analysts to identify and locate threats in real time and generate forensic evidence, drastically reducing a client’s search time and increasing public safety and security. Cobwebs’ technology is language-agnostic, giving operators the flexibility to search across languages to identify illegal activities.
Cobwebs offers customer-oriented acquisition, sales, and platform support strategies, from initial conversation and education to technical support and capabilities addition. Its partnership with Microsoft for example, enables it to present secured cloud-based solutions so clients can have remote access to searches and investigations. Moreover, Cobwebs provides security-specific solutions pertaining to criminal investigations, drug trafficking, terrorism, situational awareness, natural disasters, cyber threats, and asset protection.
“Cobwebs serves clients globally in various industries such as law enforcement, intelligence agencies, border control, public safety, critical infrastructure, and banking and finance,” noted VanZandt. “Its use of cutting-edge technologies and visionary innovation has positioned it for further growth in the future.”
Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents this award to the company that develops a product with innovative features and functionality that is gaining rapid acceptance in the market. The award recognizes the quality of the solution and the customer value enhancements it enables.
Frost & Sullivan Best Practices awards recognize companies in a variety of regional and global markets for demonstrating outstanding achievement and superior performance in areas such as leadership, technological innovation, customer service, and strategic product development. Industry analysts compare market participants and measure performance through in-depth interviews, analysis, and extensive secondary research to identify best practices in the industry.
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