Typically, the first team to receive Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) support is the Network and Security Operations Centers (NOCs/SOCs). The standard requirement is to provide a steady stream of high-quality technical indicators and signatures that can be used to alert to potential malicious activity or compromise and to prioritize triage and response efforts. These alerts can then be linked back to rich context found in our intelligence reporting and collection in order to provide a greater understanding of the significance of the threat and risk posed to your organization.
Intel 471’s Adversary Intelligence provides coverage over malicious infrastructure services, also known as bulletproof hosters, resulting in regular reporting of malicious IP addresses, netblocks/prefixes, autonomous system numbers (ASNs), domains and other indicators. Oftentimes, this infrastructure, which is controlled and operated by malicious actors, has yet to be leased out for malicious purposes, providing a means of getting ahead of the cybercriminal before cyberattacks and campaigns are launched.
Intel 471’s Malware Intelligence provides a regular stream of deep technical reporting, signatures (yara/nids), malicious infrastructure and indicators of compromise associated with the top ransomware, stealer, banker, loader and malwares. Our internal emulation framework allows intel analysts to monitor changes in the malware activity in near real time, enabling them to support the cyber defense mission with timely and actionable intelligence.
All data is easily consumed and actioned through a feature rich user interface, reliable application programming interface (API) or one of our many integrations, such as Malware Information Sharing Platform (MISP), Threat Intelligence Platforms (TIPs), Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) and more.