Threat Intelligence is just data unless it is relevant to your organization. Seeing a threat intelligence indicator of compromise in your own data is the first step in identifying an adversary in a threat actor, a campaign or a cyber attack.
Properly applied and curated, threat intelligence allows an organization to quickly gain awareness of threats and prioritise its remediation and threat prevention and protection efforts.
Knowing if you are breached and reducing adversary dwell time means minimising the loss of financial, intellectual property, customer and employee data.
Anomali delivers earlier detection and identification of adversaries in your organizations network by making it possible to correlate tens of millions of threat indicators against your real time network activity logs and up to a year or more of forensic log data. Anomali's approach enables detection at every point along the kill chain, making it possible to mitigate threats before material damage to your organization has occurred.
Threat Intelligence Platform
Threat Hunting & Forensic Search
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This investigations tool enables you to form complete pictures of attacks by connecting the dots between related IOCs and threat model entities in ThreatStream. You can assign investigations to users or workgroups in your organization, create tasks to further investigations, and add analysis to intelligence. Key capabilities include:
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S.I.R.M.: Security Incident Response Matrix This white paper discusses a new threat intelligence model, the Security Incident Response Matrix (SIRM), that can be a guide for the creation of organizational threat intelligence that is not only strategic and technical but also tactical and operational, operations center and is better suited for organizational risk reduction.
The FTSE 100: Targeted brand attacks and mass credential exposures The focus of this report is to look at the Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 (FTSE 100 Index) to identify suspicious domain registrations and potentially compromised accounts that could be used as part of an attack.
Value of threat intelligence: Ponemon study The Value of threat intelligence: A study of North American and United Kingdom Companies revealed that 70% of security industry professionals believe threat intelligence is often too voluminous and/or complex to provide actionable insights. The inadequacy of organizations’ processes and reporting techniques creates additional challenges for prioritising threat data. View the report now.