Cyber Threat Intelligence

“Security is always too much until the day it is not enough” – William H Webster. Former Director FBI

Abstract—Threat intelligence is proved based
information, including setting, instruments, pointers, suggestions and noteworthy guidance, around a current or developing threat or risk to assets (such as unauthorized access, unauthorized use of assets, discloses sensitive information, unauthorized changes to an asset, deny access). Studying advanced adversary tactics, techniques, and procedures are also part of cyber threat intelligence (CTI) and it can help find breaches or atypical movement, as well as help to get adversaries and prevent threats even before they take place. Minimizing false positives (and false negatives) with cyber threat intelligence
increase the effectiveness of the cyber defense.

CyberDefense Threat Intelligence plays an undeniable role in Full Spectrum Military Cyberspace operations. Cyber is the 5th War Domain after Land , Air , Sea and Space. But Cyber Alone affects all the other domains. Today CyberAttacks can be as deadly as Military Kinetic operations precisely why NATO has brought Article 5 on the table for any APT action on Allied Nations. Meaning that NATO will consider a Cyber Attack on any ally as an attack on all and respond with Military Kinetic Force on the Adversary. Defending the Military , Energy , Avaition , Hospital , Government and Nuclear Critical infrastructure is of great importance today.

Cyber Threat Landscape – Birds Eye View

threat landscape (also called a threat environment) is. a collection of threats in a particular domain or context, with information on identified vulnerable assets, threats, risks, threat actors and observed trends.”

5 biggest cybersecurity threats

  • Social engineering. …
  • Ransomware. …
  • DDoS attacks. …
  • Third party software. …
  • Cloud computing vulnerabilities.

cyber or cybersecurity threat is a malicious act that seeks to damage data, steal data, or disrupt digital life in general. Cyber attacks include threats like computer viruses, data breaches, and Denial of Service (DoS) attacks.

Differentiating cyber attacks generational wise was something which the security experts from CheckPoint introduced to the world. In their cyber threat dictionary, first generation cyber attacks were virus threats on floppy discs that would infect a single computer. The 2nd generation attacks were those which infected networked computers with viruses. 3rd generation attacks were browser-based cyber threats. 4th Generation of attacks was Polymorphic attacks where the virus has the ability to change its traits based on the system and the environment which it is trying to intercept. And as per the CheckPoint analysis, the 5Th generation attacks are those which take place so fast that preventive- that too proactive measures are required to counter them- rather than reactive measures.

 “In today’s world, it’s a fact that our mobile phones contain more info than our desktops. But the manufacturers or the OS makers aren’t focusing much on security making them vulnerable to cyber attacks”, said Jarvis.

Highlighting attacks which topped the year 2018, Jarvis said that online attacks and Cryptocurrency mining attacks followed by Banking Trojans, phishing and other forms of malware were mostly analyzed by their company in last year. Also, Ransomware developers became lethal as they started to use cryptocurrency to keep their activities concealed from law enforcement agencies.

Global Cyber Intel Agencies. NCAM

Corporate Excellence Award at Inbush Era World Summit
CyberDefense Vlog

What is CTI

APT Basics.

Mitigate CyberAttack through proactive CTI

Breakdown of CTI Strategy

Technical Threat Intelligence

Who is CTI for ?

Actionable Intel CTI

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