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EclecticIQ was founded in 2014 as Intelworks, and renamed in 2015. They received a series A funding of €5.5 million in May 2016, and in November 2017 obtained a series B funding of €14 million from Keen Ventures, INKEF and KPN Ventures. The company hold offices in Amsterdam, London, Herndon, Virginia, and Moldova.
The company is participant of the OASIS Cyber Threat Intelligence Technical Committee, tasked with management and development of the STIX and TAXII standards, transitioned out the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
The company is a supplier of the UK Government under the G-Cloud initiative.
EclecticIQ has been named in the Cybersecurity 500 list.
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- EclecticIQ official website
- Cabby - open-source TAXII client implementation
- OpenTAXII - open-source TAXII server implementation
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