RedCarbon, a Swiss company founded in 2020, is among the highest-growing European companies operating in the cyber security field.

The RedCarbon AI platform is designed to revolutionize the cybersecurity landscape. This solution offers AI cybersecurity instances, called Virtual Analysts, that excel at analyzing cyber threats, automating triage, and emulating human cybersecurity professionals, seamlessly integrating their capabilities with the job roles of human experts.

The platform, multitenant by design and leveraging AI algorithms, is essentially composed of the following elements: AI virtual instances, to imitate Level I analysts and Level II analysts, and the SOC profiles of threat hunters.

RedCarbon offers a graphical console with several dashboards and is able to aggregate and group data for various audiences (SOC personnel, security executives).

Red Carbon aims to deliver the following business benefits:

  • Accelerate the operational speed of initial and intermediate alert/incident management, overcoming the limitation of SOAR while providing tangible assistance in compliance-ready archiving of complete reports for every incident, even those that are normally abandoned as not relevant. This helps retrospective analysis and signal correlation of longer incidents.
  • Preserve and enhance existing analysts, whose skills can be specialized for situations where no artificial intelligence could replace the lateral thinking, intuition and creativity of the human brain.
  • Mitigate the impact on resources for both MDR vendors and the internal SecOps department, accelerating a part of the workflows that are normally considered as afterthoughts (reporting, threat hunting automation, analysis) where both SIEMs and SOAR they failed.

The main AI features are:

  • Autonomous incident management Seamless human-AI collaboration
  • Adaptive threat detection and anomaly detection
  • Integrated incident management platform
  • Decision support and risk assessment
  • Deep understanding of customer-specific context based on business rather than technology
  • Continuous learning and improvement