Threat Hunting

Threat Hunting is the next layer to your Information Security plan

Threat Hunting
The best way to minimize the effects of a data breach, is to detect it early. While your company may already have certain security measures in place, our Threat Hunting service takes it a step beyond your firewalls and anti-virus.

Our team will manually scan for indicators that tell us if malware or an attacker has been or is currently on the network. This proactive scanning can uncover additional malicious threats that may go unnoticed by standard defenses and can help shrink the gap between breach and identification, therefore reducing the aftermath of a data breach.

Process

Preliminary Engagement

Preliminary Engagement

Interviews, Review Process and Timeframe, Gather Documentation
Begin Threat Hunt

Begin Threat Hunt

Initiate Hunt
Reporting & Exit Interview

Reporting & Exit Interview

Hunt Results, Findings / Concerns / Risks, Identification of Any Threats
Remediation Efforts

Remediation Efforts

Remediation Plan Created, Locate
and Remove Threats

Outcome

  • Assist in detecting active incidents
  • Provide recommendations to strengthen security
  • Add additional logging measures to help protect detect future incidents

What’s the Risk?

Risk
Studies have shown that the largest cost of a data breach is loss of business due to customer trust1. What are you willing to risk?
1 US numbers – ‘2019 Cost of a Data Breach Report’ by Ponemon Institute & IBM Security

Contact us today to schedule your
Threat Hunting engagement.

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