Bfore.AI Introduces the PreCrime Solution Suite to Expand Predictive Threat Intelligence

Bfore.AI, a predictive security solution, is releasing its signature PreCrime solution suite, expanding predictive threat intelligence and reinforcing proactive digital risk protection (DRP) to accelerate early identification and remediation, optimize security operations, and take preemptive actions against online fraud.

“We started Bfore.AI to change the paradigm in security—from the dominant detection and response methods to a greater focus on prediction and preemption models,” said Luigi Lenguito, Bfore.AI co-founder and CEO. “Releasing PreCrime after such a long validation process is only the start to helping organizations stay one step ahead of attacks—and preemptively protect their online assets…before the 'storm' comes.”

Bfore.AI PreCrime includes:

  • Continuous monitoring and predictive intelligence for early identification of fraudulent infrastructure and accurate prediction of malicious intent such as phishing, impersonation, and financial scams.
  • Protection from network intrusions with integrations into protective DNS services (PDNS), SOAR, SIEM, firewalls, and other products to enrich your security feeds and create automated incident response workflows.
  • Adversary disruption services that leverage disruption partners such as Quad9, ThreatStop, and Google Safe Browsing that will block or reduce access to suspicious domains.
  • Automated takedown services that go beyond manual domain takedowns and automatically disable the entire attacker infrastructure supporting malicious activity.

“In a digital world where online fraud and impersonation scams are becoming ‘super’ powered by AI, especially within the financial industry, PreCrime technology emerges as the essential ally in a continuously evolving cybersecurity and financial landscape,” said Luciano Allegro, Bfore.AI co-founder and CMO. “PreCrime technology doesn’t just change the game; it redefines it entirely.”

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