Dark web threat intelligence source
The dark web is a critical first party collection source to meet cyber threat intelligence (CTI) requirements of your organization. Query a continuously updated data lake of live and historic dark web information to understand your adversaries, their tactics, and their capabilities.
how can companies Preempt and prevent cyberattacks?
The dark web provides threat intelligence teams with visibility into the “pre-attack” activity of cybercriminals, as they undertake their Reconnaissance and Resource Development on marketplaces, forums, and hidden chats. This gives you the advantage of identifying threats earlier: campaigns before they are launched, malware before it hits your network, and vulnerabilities before they are CVEs.
threat actor profiles
Analyze the capabilities and assess the threat of the cybercriminals operating on the dark web. Derive valuable intelligence on a particular cybercriminal by reviewing previous posts linked to an actor’s alias, finding associated profiles on other dark web sites, and assessing links to other cybercriminals and threat groups.
Gather threat intelligence on cybercriminal activity on the dark web
Initial Access Brokers
Auctioning exploits in organization’s infrastructure such as websells, remote network access, and SQL injections on dark web hacking forums.
Advertising their privileged access to the cybercriminal community, or being recruited by threat groups to execute their operations.
Cybercriminals sharing network and infrastructure information on potential victims and targeting their supply chain.
Purchasing exploits from initial access brokers, communicating on hacking forums, and posting victims on the dark web leak sites.
Meet Cyber Threat Intelligence Requirements
Achieve compliance with ISO 27001:2022 and AICPA SOC2 using our dark web intelligence solutions, which meet threat intelligence and external threat monitoring requirements.
Automated Threat Intelligence Collection
Continuously monitor the dark web for threat intelligence related to the attributes of your organization’s external attack surface – such as domains, ports, IP addresses, employee credentials, software, devices, network components, and company datasets – on forums, marketplaces, and sites.