Strategic Partnership Between Siren and DarkOwl Yields Darknet Data Source Coverage

Siren, provider of the Investigative Intelligence Platform, is announcing its recent strategic partnership with DarkOwl, a threat intelligence company specializing in dark web data. The partnership will merge the investigative power of Siren with the specialty of DarkOwl to reduce the threat of the darknet to organizations.

Siren empowers investigators and data scientists to perform risk analysis relating to national security, public safety, fraud, and compliance, as well as enterprise-level threats. Siren solutions, such as the Siren Graph Browser, enables researchers to group together findings from disorganized data sources to guide intensive OSINT investigations.

Within OSINT investigations, acknowledgement of the dark web can be crucial in responding to demands for cutting-edge data sources. Naming DarkOwl as one of its technology partners—in which users can utilize via their Siren dashboard—unites Siren’s investigative prowess with DarkOwl’s dark web expertise.

“By choosing to integrate DarkOwl’s data into their platform, Siren is making a statement that they understand how crucial the darknet is to modern OSINT investigations,” said Mark Turnage, CEO of DarkOwl. “Now, investigators can take information from our data set, such as a bitcoin address or a user alias, and pivot using Siren Graph to turn that data into actionable intelligence.”

DarkOwl collects and covers a myriad of darknet and related sources, all in near real-time, to offer insight into high-risk areas of digital activity—including chat platforms, darknet marketplaces, gaming message archives, I2P, past-sites, ransomware blogs, and Tor. Rising darknets and forums that require authenticated access are also covered under DarkOwl.

“This partnership will offer Siren customers curated access to the dark web,” said John Randles, CEO of Siren. “Now, threat intelligence analysts will have the means to connect DarkOwl data to other forensic, OSINT, company, or internal sources of data, to power a variety of law enforcement, national security, and corporate fraud use cases.”

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