Taipei, Taiwan, December 14, 2018 — PolySwarm , the first decentralized threat intelligence marketplace,
today announced its partnership with Lionic to further advance its ecosystem of quality malintent
detection. Lionic will integrate its malware detection engine into the PolySwarm’s network.
“Combining Lionic’s malware detection and PolySwarm’s blockchain technology is a brand-new and
interesting idea.” said Eric Lu, CEO of Lionic corporation. “Deep Packet Inspection is our strength and we
are more than happy to see our DPI based malware detection technology expanding beyond network
With this partnership, PolySwarm continues to expand its open and crowdsourced ecosystem by
onboarding new anti-malware engines, allowing them to generate passive income for accurately detecting
threats and access a vast stream of malware samples to improve their products while providing broader,
more accurate protection for consumers.
“We are very excited to have Lionic join the growing network of PolySwarm’s micro-engines,” said Steve
Bassi, PolySwarm CEO. “As the number of powerful security engines in the PolySwarm network expands,
so does the coverage against threats, ensuring enterprises are properly fortified against evolving
PolySwarm is the first decentralized marketplace allowing security experts to build anti-malware engines
that compete to protect consumers. PolySwarm incentivizes a global community of information security
experts to disrupt the $8.5 billion cyber threat intelligence industry, providing enterprises and consumers
with unprecedented speed and accuracy in threat detection. The PolySwarm market runs on Nectar
(NCT), an ERC20-compatible utility token. For more information, please visit PolySwarm.io .
Lionic is the leading company of networking security solution on network gateway. Lionic was founded in
2003, and is now located in the science-based industrial park in Hsinchu, Taiwan.
The core technology of Lionic is DPI (deep packets inspection). With Lionic’s DPI engine, the network
gateway can scan all the packets deeply into L7-application level payload to detect the threats likes
viruses, malicious websites, hacker’s intrusion, and identify applications and devices information.