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Threatcare Launches Virtual Cybersecurity Bot

Threatcare Launches Virtual Cybersecurity Bot

Threatcare, a leading provider of cloud-based attack simulation software, today introduced “Violet,” an artificial intelligence-based virtual cybersecurity professional bot that offers two-way communication for security analysts. Violet is easily accessed through voice, text messages and Slack to give security teams fast and reliable assistance with finding security gaps in their networks.

Similar to a Siri or Alexa for cybersecurity, Violet has machine learning and neuro-linguistic programming capabilities and can answer questions and take commands from security analysts who are looking to find and fix urgent threats in their networks.

Threatcare, headquartered in Austin, TX, and founded in 2014, is a cloud-based cybersecurity software company that allows organizations easily to verify their cybersecurity readiness through intrusion simulations and analytics.