Defined: Threat Intelligence
Threat intelligence can be information distributed through forums, email distribution lists, or internal analysis done through a SIEM or similar tool-sets. Ultimately it comes down to understanding what has been scene before and differentiating between the anomalies.
Our solutions guarantee:
According to IBM, the cost of a data breach in the year 2016 was $4 million dollars. Implementing a threat intelligence is a more affordable solution for protecting your data without breaking the budget.
Help you detect any events that do not fit a normal pattern of behavior. Anomalies can be misconfigurations, unknown asset traffic, and even malicious activity.
Utilization of Logs
Model good vs bad behavior through pattern analysis and provide historical visualizations of security events that happened in your network.
Multiple Data Feeds
Ingest internal network data and provide your team with the latest attack-vectors identified by researchers from many respected security firms.
Calculated Risk Exposure
Provide your team with accurate and up-to-date information regarding risk exposure and new attack-vectors.
Generate reports and metrics that can makes strategy and budget planning much easier for upper management.