Foreseeti AB and BitCyber Pte Ltd, Singapore Announces Partnership

European provider of cyber threat modelling and risk management, Foreseeti, has announced BitCyber as a Consulting Partner and Regional Distributor in Singapore and the Asia region.

A cyber security distributor in Singapore and Asia, BitCyber’s mission is to simplify cyber security, making cyber defence accessible to every business. They seek to secure organisations against cyber attacks, data breaches and business disruptions.

Singapore has a history of being one of the most progressive regions in terms of cyber security. Earlier this year, the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) released a Guide to Cyber Threat Modelling for how Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) stakeholders and others can leverage threat modelling to conduct systematic and practical cybersecurity risk assessments. The guide emphasised the need for systematic and automated solutions that provide actionable and prioritised risk insights, at scale.

Following this recommendation, Foreseeti and BitCyber’s collaboration have successfully delivered automated threat modelling, attack simulation and security posture management solutions to a number of leading organizations in the region. 

Philip Ng, CEO of BitCyber says, ”There is a growing need to effectively and efficiently identify all threat attack paths in complex IT and OT/ICS environments…In this partnership with Foreseeti, BitCyber, together with our consulting and channel partners, are working with CIIs according to CSA’s guidelines to raise their level of threat modelling and improve their security and risk posture. We are also looking beyond CIIs to work with companies in critical sectors like Government, Financial Services and Healthcare.”

Rajah and Tann Cybersecurity CEO, Wong Onn Chee, comments: "In using Foreseeti securiCAD threat modeling tool for my clients, it has helped my clients document the data flows among their assets as well as model all potential adversarial attack trees through their systems and from various entry points."