Zvelo Unveils New Features and Capabilities in its Malicious Threat Detection and Global Cyber Threat Intelligence
zvelo is pleased to announce it has released a new set of features and malicious threat detection capabilities in the Malicious Detailed Detection Feed (MDDF).
MDDF identifies and monitors Threat Actor activities including the IOCs and tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) most active in distributing the malicious threats that lead to ransomware, breaches and other network attacks.
Responding to market requests in other malicious threat detection feeds, these most recent enhancements to MDDF are focused on closing the coverage and protection “gaps” that exist in open source and commercial cyber threat feeds – and provide intel in a way that is timely, valuable and actionable by security professionals and enterprises around the globe.
- Valuable metadata on threat actor IOCs including the type of threat, malware family, active/inactive status, and other data points crucial to threat research and analysis.
- New 3rd party feeds to expand coverage and further curate threat intelligence data to isolate active and emerging threats faster and more accurately than any other provider.
- Updated API that enables clients to seamlessly ingest the additional metadata attributes into internal platforms like MDR/XDR, SIEM, SWG, SASE, etc.
MDDF delivers higher quality IOCs, coverage, speed and lower false positives — enabling you to minimize alert fatigue, reduce your threat risk, and increase operational efficiency for your blocking or threat research applications.