See how zveloCTI aligns with the Pyramid of Pain IOCs to help assess the level of difficulty for tracking down an MCA within your environment.
Malicious Cyber Actors (MCAs), refer to individuals or entities that perform malicious acts against others – entities or individuals. MCAs may be responsible for malicious incident which impact, or have the potential to impact, the safety or security of another. MCAs are also referred to as threat actors, malicious actors, or bad actors.
zvelo takes you behind the scenes of a phishing attack to show you the TTPs attackers use to gain network access and establish persistence. There is far more than meets the eye.
Malware Analysis uncovers hidden attackers actively exploiting your network, identifies latent infections and analyzes captured payloads.
This post defines the strategic, operational and tactical levels of cyber threat intelligence, who uses it and how it protects organizations and users.
Rife with vulnerabilities that are actively probed by MCAs, connected consumer-grade equipment is poised to be the next attack surface.
The intersection of infrastructure and influence creates linkages which may become discoverable and aid cyber defenders in catching MCAs.
Learn about the CTI Collection and Processing stages of the feedback loop and how zvelo leverages each stage for Cyber Threat Intelligence.
Black Hat 2020, emphasizing an aim to undermine the legitimacy of the upcoming US elections, observations from zvelo’s Cybersecurity Team.
zvelo’s Cybersecurity Team shares how you can use Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) to successfully deliver actionable intelligence to support executive decision making which protects your Operating Environment (EO).
Malicious Cyber Actors increasingly exploit seemingly legitimate whitelisted sites to deliver malware, utilizing our own tools and trust against us.