Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) can be a ‘firehose’ of information that — if not properly implemented — delivers little value.
Threat intelligence is information and data which cybersecurity professionals use to prepare for, as well as to detect and protect organizations and end users from cyber attacks carried out by malicious threat actors.
Commonly used by eCrime groups like Wizard Spider, the return of Emotet foreshadows a potential surge in ransomware attacks.
Threat Update: The Log4j vulnerability continues to be actively exploited. Immediate action to update and monitor potentially impacted systems is advised.
Threat Alert: The Log4j vulnerability has quickly been weaponized and is being used to exploit exposed systems. Here’s what you should know.
Understanding how malicious and phishing threat data gets curated is crucial to assessing the value of curated cyber threat intelligence.
This webinar details threat data from the CTI 2021 Malicious Trends Report to help you improve your threat posture and reduce cyber risk.
This cybersecurity interview covers zvelo’s thoughts on the threat landscape and the role of its cyber threat intelligence in threat protection.
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.
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.