Aegis’ threat intelligence sheds light on the unknown and reveals the threat actor’s adversarial motives, tactics, and techniques, enabling security teams to make better decisions.
You are constantly being overwhelmed by the sophistication, volume, and impact of breaches. Threat actors launch new innovative techniques, sometimes even disruptive innovation, and take advantage of new vulnerabilities every day.
Data on a threat actor’s next move is crucial to proactively tailoring your defenses and preempt future attacks.
From our own proprietary as well as industry-leading sources, Cyber Citadel collects threat intelligence, processes, and analyzes the data to understand a threat actor’s motives, targets, and attack behaviors.
Based upon your unique environment and security risk profile, Aegis transforms raw data into finished intelligence for decision making and action and constantly evolves as your environment changes and threat actors adapt. Our Threat Intelligence Framework enables our managed cyber security service teams to optimize their resources and effectively respond to the threat landscape.
Our Threat Intelligence Framework enables our SOC teams to optimize their resources and effectively respond to the threat landscape.
Our managed security service teams work with you to identify:
Once the requirements are defined, our team then sets out to collect the information required to defend those threat objectives.
Using our security monitoring platforms, raw data is processed into a format suitable for analysis.
Once the dataset has been processed, our cyber security analysts conduct a thorough analysis to find answers to the questions posed in the requirements phase. During the analysis phase, our cyber security team also works to decipher the dataset into actionable items.
The Cyber Citadel threat intelligence team translates their analysis into a digestible format and present the results to you and informs you as to the actions that either we or you will take to mitigate the risks
The final stage of the Cyber Citadel threat intelligence framework involves getting feedback on the intelligence provided to determine whether adjustments need to be made for future threat intelligence operations. You may make changes to your priorities, the cadence at which you receive intelligence reports, or how your threat data should be disseminated and acted upon.