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What is threat intelligence?

Threat intelligence, also known as cyber threat intelligence, is information that a company will use to identify and understand cyber risks that are currently affecting their organization, or may potentially be a danger in the future.

Threat intelligence feeds are usually configured to present data from many different aspects of a business’ infrastructure, in order to detect and prevent cyberattacks before they happen.™ dashboard

Benefits of threat intelligence

Using a threat intelligence platform can give your organization a good understanding about what cyber threats are posing the most risk to your infrastructure. You can then use this data to assess your overall security profile and make decisions about how to decrease your risk.

For example, the advanced threat intelligence tools in allow you to:

  • Easily evaluate your threats by combining data from penetration tests, vulnerability scans and other areas into a single dashboard
  • Identify threats that are specific to your list of company assets
  • Highlight potential external risks such as web traffic figures, sub domains and much more
  • Prioritize your threats in terms of severity, saving you time
  • Keep up to date with other industry threat intelligence data

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With™ you can maintain a complete visualization of the cyber threats affecting your organization, their risk levels and remediation progress.

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Stay informed

Maintain complete visualization of the cyber threats affecting your organization, all from a single easy-to-use dashboard.

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Prioritize threats

Sort your cyber threats in order of severity, saving you time and showing you exactly where your critical threats lie.

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Track remediations

Easily track and record your progress when remediating cyber threats and review any that are not yet completed.™ dashboard

Threat Dashboard™ makes it easy to keep track of the cyber threats affecting your business with a simple Threat Dashboard.

Live threat intelligence feeds are tailored to your company and populated with threats from all areas of™. This includes data from penetration tests, vulnerability scans, threats from your company assets and other industry threat data, all in one place.

Choose between a visual dashboard or a detailed threat list. View individual threats to drill down into specific threat information, understand the business impact and remediate as required.

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Threat Recon

See what your business looks like through the eyes of a hacker with the Threat Recon tool in™.

Threat Recon enables you to scan your business domain(s) and highlight areas of your external attack profile that could become threats, including:

  • Web traffic figures
  • Sub domains
  • Third party data risks
  • Email block lists
  • And much more

This hidden threat intelligence data can help to uncover external cyber risks, giving you a chance to act on them before they are exploited.

The most comprehensive security bundle available

Enterprise security shouldn’t have to be expensive, so we include many powerful features as standard.

Live data from penetration tests, VA scans and threat intelligence against your assets, feeds into a central dashboard showing you exactly where your critical risks lie and the severity of each threat.
See your business through the eyes of a hacker. The handy data display highlights your web traffic figures, sub domains, third party data risk, email block lists and much more.
Without full awareness of your assets, it’s impossible to know the real risks. Your Asset Tracker makes it simple to identify and keep track of all the operating systems and devices used within your business.
It’s best practice to run regular vulnerability scans to complement your pen testing schedule. This feature makes it easy for you to schedule regular scans or perform a quick on-demand test.
Evaluate your external-facing systems for security vulnerabilities with expert testers who work with you to strengthen your security perimeter. Easily track your results and remediations from your Threat Dashboard.
Advanced anti-virus and anti-malware gives you peace of mind that every workstation, server and mailbox is protected at all times.
Security analysts search your systems’ logs to provide real-time analysis of security alerts from your network and applications, including Office365. Choose our full managed service for 24/7 proactive protection.
Get a comprehensive audit of your business against the government backed Cyber Essentials scheme. Conducted by expert consultants, you can be confident you have the right technical controls in place.

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Security consultants will be on-hand to help you strategize, set action plans and review policies.

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Around the clock support to ensure you are getting the best protection from every feature.

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24/7 emergency support for security events, cyber incidents, and data breaches.

Frequently Asked Questions

Threat intelligence is an important part of cybersecurity. It helps organizations to protect themselves from known and unknown threats. Threat intelligence is a subset of the broader discipline of intelligence analysis and refers to the process of gathering, analyzing, and reporting on cyber threats.

Cyber threat intelligence is the term given to information that companies use to identify and understand the cyber risks affecting their infrastructure and/or networks. This could include threats and vulnerabilities that are currently happening, or issues that may be a danger in the future.

Threat hunting is the proactive process of looking for bad actors within a corporate network. This can help to identify unknown threats that have not been picked up by a company’s usual cyber protection tools. Active threat hunting, such as monitoring logs for suspicious activity, is usually a core component of a Managed Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution, such as the one included in™ Business and Enterprise packages.

Simply having a threat intelligence feed doesn’t mean you are proactively hunting for new threats, therefore it’s good to consider both threat intelligence and threat hunting together as part of an overall cyber threat management strategy.

Threat intelligence platforms enable companies to present data from many different areas, analyze the potential threats and take action to avoid cyberattacks from happening.™ makes this process easy to manage and simple to visualize with an intuitive threat dashboard, combining threats from penetration tests, vulnerability scans, asset-specific risks and more.

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Feedback from St Andrew’s Healthcare

This service is really useful for small to medium enterprises who don’t have the dedicated internal tech or services that provide the capability.

Alexandra Vujcich Infrastructure Team Lead, St Andrew’s Healthcare

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