Cyber Threat Management

Cyber Threat Management

Cyber Threat Management (CTM) is an advanced management program that enables early identification of threats, data-driven situational awareness, accurate decision-making, and timely threat mitigating actions. CTM consists of manual and automated scanners for the primary purpose of information gathering and threat analysis. The threat methodology used for real-time monitoring contains the advanced techniques which means the behavioural modelling. Threat Management uses advanced analysis to sort out the threats and generate security intelligence. It also provides the advance mitigation techniques.

CTM Practice Areas 

At UniSec Inteli, we provide a deep drive testing which includes following:

  • Manual and automated intelligence gathering and threat analytics
  • A comprehensive methodology for real-time monitoring including advanced techniques such as behavioral modeling
  • Use of advanced analytics to optimize intelligence, generate security intelligence, and provide Situational Awareness
  • Technology and skilled people leveraging situational awareness to enable rapid decisions and automated or manual actions

Cyber threats actors could be financially or socially motivated hackers, disgruntled employees, organized mafia, competitors or state actors. Some of these actors are well trained and will persist a campaign to achieve their goal of data theft or damage over a period of time. A well organized CTM program is needed to detect and stop these threats. 

Sme of the examples of cyber threats as observed by our team on networks and computers are suspicious network activity, malicious code, viruses, Trojan horses, rootkits, unauthorized data transfers, phishing attacks and exploited vulnerabilities. Well run CTM stops these threats before large-scale data breach or widespread asset damage can occur. Targeted malware or Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) uses multiple phases to break into a network, avoid detection, and harvest valuable information over the long term.