Early Birds Launches Global Cybersecurity Map
August 12, 2021 at 15:11
EarlyBirds, the Australian company that operates a business to business (B2B) platform with services to enable innovators (startup, scaleup and mature), early adopters, and subject matter experts (SMEs) to collaborate and push for technology advancement, has launched their Global Cybersecurity Innovation Map. The map provides a comprehensive view of the global cybersecurity innovation capabilities including disruptive solutions from startup and scaleup vendors and mature offerings from well-known suppliers. This comprehensive view of cybersecurity innovation capability, contained in a single map, is specifically designed for Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) teams.
The EarlyBirds Cybersecurity Innovation Map offers a dynamic view of cybersecurity and is broken down into easy-to-follow core cyber themes and subthemes. The definitions of the themes and subthemes are based on generally agreed and well-known industry terms and definitions. The purpose of an EarlyBirds Innovation Map is to provide a continuously updated view, with supporting data, of the discoverable global Innovators within each technology group and their logical themes. Data supporting each Innovator, identified in the map, is collected and aggregated from multiple data sources and updated daily. The type of information available in an EarlyBirds Innovation Map includes the total number of Innovators in a cohort within the technology group, details to identify the company and their offering, commercial maturity, their location and much more.
Kris Poria CEO EarlyBirds said, “the Cybersecurity Innovation Map is one of the critical capabilities we offer to help organisations to become ‘self-learning organisations’. The innovation map has tens of thousands of cybersecurity innovations from early stage to mature. These can be quickly analysed for identifying solutions to resolve business or technical challenges or to move to a new way of delivering outcomes. We call this Edzility where the EarlyBirds platform and our innovation services supports organisations to create a technical or business ‘edge’ with enhanced ‘agility’.”
The EarlyBirds open innovation ecosystem has two components, its platform, and assisted programs. The highly searchable platform has more than a million discoverable innovations including the ability to create innovation projects and collaborate with stakeholders. The assisted Explorer program is designed to help with innovation for the whole organisation delivered as a service and has various features, including: a nominated SME for the business; a platform enterprise license; weekly webinars to help stimulate innovation in the organisation; a focus on certain innovations; and quarterly and monthly innovation days. The other is the Challenger program, which is designed for people who want to focus on a specific challenge for the organisation, such as a particular cybersecurity challenge.
Those who are interested in learning how the Early Birds Platform can help in business innovation can visit the EarlyBirds website at earlybirds.io, or contact them through the telephone or via email.
For more information about EarlyBirds, contact the company here:
Mr Kris Poria and Mr Jeff Penrose
+61 401 287 060
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