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Understand emerging threats. Stop them in their tracks.

Empower your business by having the smartest threat intelligence team on your side, working for you to track, analyze and develop proactive tactics to respond to continuously evolving cybersecurity incidents.

Our intelligence team becomes yours

Fighting emerging cyber threats requires more than defensive actions. You need a solution that incorporates the ongoing and in-depth work of threat intelligence analysts to identify susceptibilities and neutralize threats before they penetrate systems.

  • Proactive strategies

    Our threat intelligence analysts sift through hundreds of data streams and alerts to develop a deep understanding of threat behaviors and TTPs which are then translated into proactive plans and SIEM rules to mitigate potential attacks.

  • Create context and correlations

    By enriching and contextualizing alerts with real-world research, analysts can reveal a threat actor’s motivations and methods, providing actionable guidance for incident response and preventing future attacks.

  • Data-driven decision making

    Make faster, knowledge-backed security decisions with confidence, knowing that they are supported by in-depth analysis and a SOC solution that has already addressed them.

Unrivaled threat intelligence capabilities

Our extensive solution does it all – processing stored information, embedding comprehensive IOCs and threats, and aggregating and cross-correlating threat intelligence data. This gives our threat intelligence experts the know-how to identify intrusions and provide the right patches as vulnerabilities evolve.

Empower your business with a complete SOC solution

Proactive Detection

Security Operations

Managed Detection & Response Services

Empower your business with a complete SOC solution

Proactive Detection

Security Operations

Managed Detection & Response Services

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FAQs

Does CYREBRO update users about critical threat intelligence?

Yes, CYREBRO’s Threat Intelligence team sends real-time cyber threat intelligence (CTI) alerts to all users, which include the threat summary, details about vulnerabilities, affected products, and mitigation steps or workarounds. You can also find the latest CTI alerts in the blog (https://www.cyrebro.io/blog/).

What sources are used by the intelligence specialists?

CYREBRO cyber intelligence specialists use sources that include internal indicators extracted from events, open source communities, social platforms, technical intelligence, and intelligence from the deep and dark web.

What happens with the cyber intelligence research?

The research and information uncovered by the threat intelligence team is sent to users as CTI alerts, and the IOCs, threat behavior, and TTPs are translated into proactive plans and SIEM rules within the CYREBRO Platform, improving your network defense.

What are the three levels of cyber threat intelligence?

Tactical: Technical intelligence (including indicators of compromise) that is used to assist in proactively identifying threat actors. Operational: Intelligence focused on the motivations, intent, and capabilities of the threat actors, including their tools, techniques and procedures (TTPs). Strategic: Intelligence on the threat landscape and how it can be used to support high-level strategy.

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