MEDFORD, N.J., March 26, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Consortium Networks, a cybersecurity intelligence, collaboration and consulting organization, today announced immediate availability of the Consortium Z Threat Intelligence Platform.

Consortium Z allows a single point from which to search across multiple Threat Intelligence sources for faster threat detection and response. The platform is a redesign of the popular OSINT Grabber tool and allows users to query intelligence APIs to receive a data-centric view of indicator intelligence.

“Today’s threat analysts are faced with an overwhelming amount of data from disparate sources, making it challenging to get a single, strategic view of the current threat landscape facing the organization,” said Larry Pfeifer, Consortium Network’s president.  “Consortium Z distills threat data from multiple vectors and sources, so analysts have a single pane of glass to view data and prioritize threats, leading to much faster detection and response.”

Consortium Z is a free, cloud-based tool.  To sign up for the platform, please visit

About Consortium Networks

Consortium Networks is committed to providing businesses with the most relevant, up-to-date technology information, with a focus on cybersecurity. By connecting technology customers, vendors, and experts, we strive to be the go-to resource for guidance regarding all your IT requirements. We are the first organization dedicated to providing real-world feedback and data on solutions in operation in production environments at peer organizations. The company’s Consortium X Solution Intelligence eXchange is a membership portal that provides members with crowdsourced and expert information about the technologies they have deployed to solve complex business security problems. Membership in Consortium X is available to cybersecurity professionals and is completely free.  Learn more about Consortium Networks at

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