Regardless of the size of an organisation, business digitalisation has been embraced and is growing at an exponential rate
This is, of course, adding to the ever-increasing attack surface. From public platforms such as websites, social media and e-marketplaces, we are creating more “grey space” for threat actors to exploit.
Brand, domain and executive protection are fundamental elements to external cyber security which when combined are often categorised as digital risk protection.
Assets can be anything an organisation owns, which includes:
Official brand social media
Dark Web Monitoring & Dark Operations
With most of the threat actor’s communication being conducted on the dark web, using this as a data source to understand what credentials &/or data is being leaked is essential to mitigate risk from adversaries.
Analysts can quickly identify planned or inflight attacks by validating the acquired data through threat actor engagements.
Threat intelligence is one of the most important tools in a mature cyber security team, as companies are being engulfed by data and information. Data and information are not the same as intelligence, which if not appreciated, can result in poor operational output.
The platform provides on demand investigations, with intelligence feeds for botnet, phishing, financial fraud, compromised credentials, vulnerabilities, covert channels through Managed Intelligence services.
Regardless of whether a breach is large or small, each event needs to be dealt with appropriately.
The platform will immediately notify the organisation of an incident and implement a suitable incident response, which includes identity and privacy protection of affect individuals and engaging with threat actors.