What is Cyber Threat Intelligence?

Cyber threat intelligence (CTI) is an area of cybersecurity that focuses on the collection and analysis of information about current and potential attacks that threaten the safety of an organization or its assets. It's a proactive security measure, preventing data breaches and saving a client from the financial costs of cleaning up after an incident.

What We Do?

  • * Strategic Intelligence: Assist decision makers in determining acceptable business risks, developing controls and budgets, in making equipment and staffing decisions.
  • * Operational/Technical Intelligence: Provide insights which guide and support incident response and post-incident activities.
  • * Tactical Intelligence: Advance the use of indicators by validating, prioritizing, specifying the length of time an indicator is valid.

Our team of experts uses Human Intelligence, Open Source Intelligence and Technical Intelligence for collecting, analysing and validating the threat intelligence from Darknet, Clearnet (Hacking Forums, Marketplaces, Social Medias etc.) and Deepweb to identify specific threats targeting our clients like most relevant attack vectors and leak sources, identifying leaked IT systems and topology, employee information, user credentials and product vulnerabilities. The intelligence is gathered directly from adversaries and as a result is highly reliable and accurate.

Properly applied cyber threat intelligence can provide greater insight into cyber threats, allowing for a faster, more targeted response as well as resource development and allocation.

Who Can Make Use Of It?

The processed threat intelligence is beneficial to every level of state, local, tribal, and territorial Government entities from senior executives, such as Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs), police chiefs, and policy makers, to those in the field, such as information technology specialists and law enforcement officers. In addition, it provides value for other experts as well, such as security officers, accountants, and terrorism and criminal analysts.

Over the next several years the inclusion of cyber threat intelligence in the State and National Level Government operations will become increasingly important, as all levels and employees are forced to respond to the cyber threat.