Malware Analysis is performed to discover hidden attackers actively working to exploit an organization’s network, identify latent infections, and analyze the captured payload.
Malware analysis may be used by threat intelligence professionals or cyber defenders to identify Indicators of Compromise (IOCs) and malicious threats specific to an organization’s environment. This can be done proactively to assist an organization with developing appropriate incident response plans prior to being attacked. This may also be done during or after an attack to identify the scope of an incident, and receive guidance on follow up actions for the containment and remediation phases.
Today’s threat actors are masters of evasion, constantly developing new versions of malware to outmaneuver cyber defenders and forging new paths to expand the threat landscape. As global cybercrime continues to escalate and plague both organizations and individuals, becoming the target of a cyber attack at one point or another is no longer a question…
zvelo Webinar | November 3, 2021 12:00 pm MDT 2021 Malicious Trends: Understanding the Impact and Implications Join zvelo’s Head of Cybersecurity, Brad Rhodes, on November 3, for a live webinar titled, “2021 Malicious Trends: Understanding the Impact and Implications.” Based on the cyber threat intelligence data presented in the zveloCTI 2021 Malicious Trends Report,…
zvelo is excited to announce the release of this year’s Annual Cyber Threat Intelligence Report on 2021 Malicious Trends.
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.
Emotet: An In-Depth Document Analysis, is zvelo’s latest threat report intended to help defenders understand Emotet’s initial infection mechanisms so they may better protect their organizations.