GoVanguard’s threat intelligence services accelerate the transformation of information system data into actionable threat intelligence by combining external and internal data sources for context and prioritization. Our threat intelligence services deliver comprehensive, actionable intelligence that allows you to understand attackers’ intent and quickly prioritize threats.
Reconnoiter data in real-time and detect external indicators of compromise (IOCs) pertinent to your organization including its employees, stakeholders, partners and clients from various clearnet (public records, company site content, social media sites…etc.), deepweb (data archives, metasearch engines…etc.) and darkweb (hacking forums, data breach lists, etc.) data sources.
Evaluate IOC metadata for its potential impact on your organization’s security posture including potential attack vectors, compromised credentials/systems and exposed sensitive corporate documents.
Provide full due diligence information to your organization of all ongoing, past and predictive threat activity, analyzed organization data, risk mitigation recommendations, threat intelligence data sources and supporting evidence.
GoVanguard’s Incident Response and Cyber Threat Hunting focuses on core areas of the network, endpoints, and server infrastructure to identify and understand the how, who, when, where and why of a security incident or systems breach.
Identify if a breach has occurred to an organization’s information systems by:
Analyzing configurations, log history and file system data of various server and network information systems to identify indicators of compromise (IOCs).
Analyzing network traffic, user agent strings and DNS queries for indicators of compromise (IOCs).
Detecting malicious command and control (C2) network traffic and software across information systems.
In the event malicious activities are detected:
Identify if exfiltration of sensitive data is occurring from the organization’s information systems.
Contain and quarantine malicious actor activities including isolating and blocking malicious command and control (C2) network traffic.
Identify the root cause, attack vectors and intrusion points utilized by malicious actors.
Attempt to determine the situation fallout and any subsequent breaches from the security incident.
Assist in organization breach notification strategy and incident response coordination activities.
Provide a full due diligence report including a thorough list of all the examined information systems, data points, security findings from each set of data points, correlations between all security findings, incident root cause evidence, subsequently affected users/systems/localities, timeline of events, incident retrospective and steps taken to prevent future incidents.
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