Rife with vulnerabilities that are actively probed by MCAs, connected consumer-grade equipment is poised to be the next attack surface.
Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) is actionable Threat Intelligence intended for Cybersecurity and Threat Intelligence teams to use for enrichment and analytics.
zveloCTI supplies meticulously curated datasets for advanced Threat Intelligence which requires more visibility than identifying a URL as suspicious or bad. zveloCTI datasets deliver high veracity and accuracy while maintaining low false positive (FP) rates. Datasets include:
- Suspicious Domain Intelligence
- Malicious Intelligence
- Phishing Intelligence
The intersection of infrastructure and influence creates linkages which may become discoverable and aid cyber defenders in catching MCAs.
zvelo’s Response to the SolarWinds Attack Protected its Clients and Partner Network of 600+ Million End Points and Users Across the Globe. Learn more.
Communication via SMS is globally ubiquitous and attackers increasingly leverage Smishing to distribute phishing links to bait their victims.
As Ransomware attacks continue to make headlines, organizations must evolve towards fighting Ransomware with a Defense in Depth strategy.
Completing the CTI Process Loop blog series, this post focuses on the last three stages of the CTI Loop: Analysis, Dissemination & Feedback.
zvelo releases its first Cyber Threat Intelligence Malicious Trends Report for insights into current threats and exploits on the ActiveWeb.
Beyond the malicious and phishing activities of the ActiveWeb, lurks suspicious activity with new domain registrations in the ProActiveWeb.
Learn about the CTI Collection and Processing stages of the feedback loop and how zvelo leverages each stage for Cyber Threat Intelligence.
We’ve put together this glossary of cyber threat definitions as a resource for you in your quest to help make the internet a safer place for all!