Threat Intelligence Resources you need
Proven Data’s continuous research and incident response services, allows us to provide evidence-based knowledge about existing or emerging menaces or hazards to assets, including context, mechanisms, indicators, implications, and action-oriented threat intelligence, including:
Why Choose Proven Data's Threat Intelligence services
At Proven Data we offer a comprehensive approach to threat intelligence, covering strategic, operational, and tactical levels. This means you’ll receive a broad overview of your organization’s threat landscape as well as detailed, actionable information about specific threats.
Our holistic approach ensures you’re equipped to make informed high-level decisions, respond effectively to immediate threats, and understand the specifics of potential attacks.
How We Collect & Analyze Threat Intelligence
Without understanding security vulnerabilities, threat indicators, and how threats are carried out, it is impossible to defend against them. Proven Data’s Threat intelligence is collected, processed, and analyzed to understand a threat actor’s motives, targets, and attack behaviors.
Threat intelligence is evidence-based knowledge about existing or emerging menaces or hazards to assets, including context, mechanisms, indicators, implications, and action-oriented advice. It is data that is collected, processed, and analyzed to understand a threat actor’s motives, targets, and attack behaviors.
Threat intelligence enables organizations to be proactive instead of reactive when it comes to cyber-attacks. It allows companies to make faster, more informed, data-backed security decisions and change their behavior from reactive to proactive in the fight against threat actors. Threat intelligence is indispensable for assessing the overall threat level for the organization and developing a security roadmap.
Researchers create threat intelligence feeds by collecting data on potential threats from private and public sources, analyzing this data, and creating structured data sets. The process of collecting and analyzing threat intelligence involves data collection, processing, analysis, and dissemination.
Integrating threat intelligence into security operations involves planning for a threat intelligence program, designing an intelligence collection strategy, optimizing the intelligence analysis process, and disseminating intelligence to the appropriate stakeholders.
There are different types of threat intelligence, including operational and technical. Operational threat intelligence shares hard and specific details about attacks, motivation, threat actor capabilities, and individual campaigns.
Technical threat intelligence is specific evidence that an attack is happening or indicators of compromise (IOCs).