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Threat Intelligence Automation
Integrate and Manage Threat Intelligence

Cyber threat incident volumes are increasing day by day and have showed increased complex threats during this decade alone and getting harder to analyze. Let's help you aggregate, correlate and analyze threat data from multiple sources in real time to support your defense.  Whether On premise, or on Cloud, we can assist in capturing varieties of data from various range of security tools such as SIEM, Firewall, API, Endpoint Software or Intrusion Prevention System.

A threat intelligence is an evidence analytical knowledge, proactive or reactive that helps to identify and manage emerging threats before they become a global threat within your organization.  This could be the knowledge we acquire during our assessment while working collaboratively with our customers, or this can be a part of routine data collection during the normal a constant collection of threat data.  The delivery of threat intelligence information to your organization depends largely on the type of network and infrastructure you use.


We develop your Threat intelligence report based on  evidence-based knowledge, that includes your technology investments, business focus and industry you operate in.  This intelligence report is useful for your executive team, in making informed decisions.


We assist you

  • Extracting Data feeds from a variety of different sources including industry groups

  • Setting up Data triage for effective storage strategies

  • setting up Alerts and reports about specific types of threats and threat actors

  • Analysis and sharing of threat intelligence

  • Normalization and scoring of risk data

Benefits for your organization

You get significant advantages and start to collect information from different sources by monitoring them for content that’s relevant to your business, and responding as part of your information security strategy.

The types of intelligence you can uncover with this approach include:

  • Leaked corporate credentials, data, and code.

  • Visibility of new vulnerabilities.

  • Threat trends that highlight potential new risks.


Detect computer attacks and/or misuse, and to alert for proper actions upon detection. An IDS installed on a network provides much the same purpose as a burglar alarm system installed in a house.

Endpoint Detection

Protect your corporate network (Cloud and Non-Cloud) through focusing on network devices (endpoints) by monitoring their status, activities, software, authorization and authentication.

User Activity Monitoring

Capture nearly any on-screen event, user actions, Applications/Windows opened, URLs visited, to protect data by ensuring that employees and contractors are staying within their assigned tasks, and posing no risk to the organization

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