Discover the Ultimate Cyber Security Notetaking App: Polarity

Adam Goss
10 min readNov 27, 2023

In this digital age of online work, we are bombarded with information from work, school, and daily life. We are in the era of knowledge work, where people gather, process, and distribute information as a job. There has been an explosion of notetaking applications to aid in this work, but none have been tailored to cyber security professionals until now.

There are notetaking applications for organizing our daily lives, interacting with large teams effectively, and rapidly taking notes on the go. Until now, there has been none dedicated to cyber security professionals. But that has now changed with the advent of Poliarty.

Let’s dive in and explore this new notetaking tool that has been developed specifically to enhance your cyber security workflows by fusing disparate systems into one unified application.

What is Polarity?

At its heart, Polarity is a search tool. It integrates with internal and external data sources so you can search your entire organization’s resources simultaneously. For instance, you can search for a domain name you come across. Polarity will search your organization’s internal datasets and external datasets through one of its integrations and return all the information it has to you in a single pane of glass. You can then run tool integration to gather more information or execute a workflow.

You can even build your own custom integrations with Polarity for in-house applications or tools specific to your company.

Internal integrations could be your case management platform, Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) tool, or Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) solution. Meanwhile, external integration may be your threat intelligence platform, a network information database, or a social media site.

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Once you find the information you are looking for, this is when Polarity’s notetaking capabilities come into play. You can use Polarity to add annotations to enrich the information you discovered. Annotations are attached to the item (e.g., domain name, IP address, file hash…

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Adam Goss

Helping demystify cyber threat intelligence for businesses and individuals | CTI | Threat Hunting | Custom Tooling