Managed Intelligence solutions are designed to address your needs in an evolving risk landscape. Empower your organization with methodologies and actionable results tailored to the innovative ways adversaries are targeting you.
Getting Inside Insider Threats: Response and Mitigation. Stopping malicious or simply incompetent insiders from doing damage isn't just an exercise in analyzing where the damage came from. Insider Threats aren’t just malicious employees. They can run the gamut from incompetent to accidental to theft.
A technology company’s proprietary information was leaked to unauthorized third parties presumably from an identified disgruntled employee. The Client required assistance in determining with certainty whether such actions could be directly attributed to a specific employee within its organization and whether mitigation controls could be put in place to prevent further leaks.
A global manufacturing company experienced a corporate-wide outage due to being locked out of their router devices between corporate headquarters and their branch offices across the globe. After internal investigation and significant downtime resulting in major losses in revenue, it was suspected this outage was likely caused by malicious insider activity involving a recent acquisition
Huddled around keyboards half a world away, a shadowy group of technically-savvy criminals devised techniques to hide from system administrators and run internet scams that defrauded a client out of hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue every month.
A multinational manufacturer needed assistance investigating a large-scale distributed denial of service (DDOS) attack against several publicly accessible websites and applications. In the course of the attribution investigation, we detected indicators of wide-spread compromise on the Client’s network using external telemetry not available to the Client.
A pharmaceutical company was facing a sophisticated “short and distort” stock market manipulation campaign, costing the company billions in market cap. A variety of virtual anonymous personas were publishing false information on the company’s leadership on social media and investing platforms - apparently in a coordinated fashion. These activities negatively influenced public perception about the company’s overall corporate governance and damaged the stock price thereby allowing those holding short positions to profit.
A multinational energy company operating in a volatile nation had recently faced serious threats to its personnel and infrastructure as threat actors had begun resorting to violence. The company needed in-depth social media sentiment analysis and timely indications and warnings across social media and closed online forums in order to achieve a more stable risk posture and protect its people and assets.