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Security Alliance Launches Crypto Cybersecurity Intel Platform

What we need is a way to collect, organize, correlate, and distribute that intel across the crypto ecosystem using something more efficient than Telegram or Signal. That's where SEAL-ISAC comes in.

  • Paradigm's head of security announced the launch of SEAL-ISAC, a crypto cybersecurity threat information-sharing platform.
  • SEAL-ISAC, backed by major entities including Paradigm and a16z crypto, aims to streamline the distribution of crucial threat intel currently scattered across private communications.

Research partner and the head of security at research-driven Paradigm, who goes by “samczsun” has announced the launch of a crypto cybersecurity threat information-sharing platform, SEAL-ISAC by Security Alliance.

SEAL-ISAC is also integrated with Security Alliance’s existing initiatives like SEAL 911. 

Moreover, according to samczsun, SEAL 911 has assisted numerous protocols and hundreds of users over recent months. With each instance, it gathers valuable data including details of the exploit, attacker wallets, and other relevant metadata.

The Paradigm whitehat hacker has also stated that significant amounts of threat intelligence are concealed in private messages and group chats, intelligence that could aid in recovering funds, locating threat actors, or identifying potential future victims. 

“What we need is a way to collect, organize, correlate, and distribute that intel across the crypto ecosystem using something more efficient than Telegram or Signal. That's where SEAL-ISAC comes in,” wrote samczsun on X. 

SEAL-ISAC is supported by donations from Paradigm, a16z crypto, Electric Capital, Vitalik Buterin, and other well-known entities. Also, it is working closely with notable entities like Polygon, Ethereum, Coibase, MetaMask, and Chainalysis, among others. 


Edited by Harshajit Sarmah

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