Contextual surface, deep and dark web threat intelligence specific to your organization.
Visibility into how attackers are planning to exploit your systems, technologies, and people.
Automation for rapidly neutralizing threats and updating defenses.
Guided reconnaissance and active monitoring of thousands of threat sources across the surface, deep and dark web produces real-time visibility into threats targeting your network, brand, assets, and people.
Intelligent aggregation of threat feeds and prioritization of IOCs according to the risks they pose to your organization enable accelerated triage and coordinated response.
Integration with your existing security infrastructure as well as registrars, search engines, app stores and leading email systems enable automated mitigation of external and internal threats.
Multi-layered database for threat investigations of the deep and dark web identifies malware trends, provides contextual pre attack intelligence, and surveys threat actors.
Most organizations have a range of IT security tools in place, such as firewalls, gateways, IDS/IPS, and malware detection systems. With these tougher defense-in-depth measures to beat, many hackers now use fraud instead.
Phishing is popular among attackers because it’s simple and it works. There are, however, proactive measures organizations can take to cut off these attacks before they can cause damage.
Attackers often tip their hands by doing things on the web like scouting targets, using suspicious tools, and collaborating with other hackers.
IntSights anonymously searched the clear, deep and dark web to find the threats facing the world’s top 100 automotive manufacturers and OEMs to understand and benchmark the specific threats facing these organizations, their employees, their customers and their partners.
Turn on the nightly news or your favorite TV drama and you’re bound to hear mentions of a vast criminal underworld for drugs, sex, guns, and identity theft hidden in plain site - all you need is a computer or mobile device to get there - this is the dark web. But what is the dark web really?
In this report, IntSights looks to identify which mobile platforms are gaining traction and may be the future backbone of the illegal cyber-economy.