Advanced Threat Intelligence


Every organization today, regardless of type or size, constantly faces ever increasing, damaging cyber attacks perpetrated by cyber criminals, “hacktivists”, state-sponsored actors, and malicious insiders. The motives, though all nefarious, vary – from financial gain and theft of intellectual property to political espionage and ideological activism.

Despite substantial innovation and investments in information security, cyber attacks have grown in scale and sophistication, often outpacing security measures. Why is that so? Traditional cybersecurity and fraud prevention solutions have taken a the-best-offense-is a good-defense approach, thereby reactively, attempting to detect and repel malicious activity in real time. That’s too little, too late. Additionally, cyber threat intelligence solutions providing Indicators of Compromise (IOC’s) such as IP addresses and file hashes have failed to upend the status quo, as threat actors have learned to rapidly change such visible indicators.

We monitor the Digital Underground, including both open and hidden sources, to proactively identify and contain emerging threats and imminent attacks (before they rear their ugly heads). In cases where a data breach, fraud, or other malicious activity is already underway, our intelligence puts the pedal to the metal, accelerating discovery and substantially reducing the cost and impact of the incident. Our intelligence is actionable and specifically targeted for each of our clients.


Our timely, targeted and actionable intelligence allows our clients to identify and respond to advanced threats with greater speed, accuracy, and effectiveness.

Identify and thwart cyber and other threats
before an attack is executed.

Discover evidence of malicious activity and act quickly
to minimize damage and recover compromised data.


Dedicated Intelligence Analysts

Multilingual Coverage

Dark Net and Deep Web Coverage

Real-Time Alerts

24×7 Monitoring


We provide a wide range of actionable intelligence for clients across industries. Use cases include:

  • Newly developed and yet unreleased malware.
  • Compromised customer records.
  • Stolen intellectual property and sensitive corporate data.
  • Compromised employee records.
  • Planned and active social engineering campaigns.
  • Planned and active phishing campaigns.
  • Latest Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP’s) used by cyber criminals against specific companies and sectors.
  • Corporate network or web vulnerabilities exploited.
  • Rogue mobile apps.
  • Physical threats targeting individuals, events, or facilities.
    Insider threats.