Blue Teaming and Cyber Defense

Blue team to Allows us to detect targeted attacks that are not detected by common tools and security software. Threat hunting is an evolving process, not a technology. We have a thorough knowledge of actual attacks and exfiltration techniques. We describe the attackers’ methods so that we can identify them independently of the tools used to carry them out. In addition, we can use the resulting data for our threat information and CTI (Cyber Threat Intelligence).
  • We know how to effectively identify the signs of an attack and the presence of an attacker in the organization’s infrastructure. This is for a threat hunter to run proprietary software (such as a honeypot) or monitor DNS traffic within a network that is looking for potentially malicious activity.
  • Check the entropy of different types of DNS requests and compare domains with IOC (Indicator of Compromise) received from threat information, etc. On the other hand, log analysis in this case is not limited to monitoring system events, but also means in-depth analysis with the connection of many resources. Which could indicate a compromise on integrity.
  • Active identification means that the blue team expert always manually designs active signatures for malicious files based on the discovery of event repositories and updates the signature repositories signature mechanisms.
  • Active detection always monitors the communications and exploits of the protocols, and if Exfiltration techniques are observed by experts in the MITRE ATT&CK documentation, immediately intercept and data mining the communication and if the communication is invalid. We will destroy. This is always one of the most effective ways to hunt threats and easily expose obscure transaction data.

Architecture and Security Engineering

Independent maturity assessment provides your organization’s cybersecurity program in four main areas: Security governance, security architecture, cyber defense and security risk management. After an in-depth and joint analysis of your current plan, we offer the best practical advice to improve your security situation based on your specific risk profile and security maturity level. Needs assessment and field evaluation of your organization The architectural design and cybersecurity engineering plan will be determined according to the level of services and communication.

Cyber Risk Management

Evaluate your existing cyber risk management program for security strengths and weaknesses. Identify the cyber risks associated with your organization and anticipate your business approach to Internet risk management for effective decision making and risk reduction, and define appropriate guidelines for rapid risk management responses and try to harden the environment. Cyber.Our experts take these findings to identify program flaws and in turn provide practical, technical, strategic and prioritized advice for creating or improving your cyber risk management plan and achieving a mature security situation – ultimately reducing Provide future risks and their impact on your business.

Cloud Security

Evaluate your existing security and hardware techniques for the most popular cloud-based assets, including Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, and Google Cloud Platform. Understand security threats and controls for your cloud environment. Monitor your ability to identify, investigate and respond to attacker activity at all stages of the attack life cycle. By reviewing the configuration, security checks are performed consistently to identify potential vulnerabilities. Reporting also includes detailed practical recommendations for hardening the cloud, increasing visibility and identifying, and improving processes to reduce potential risk.

OSINT

We conduct OSINT (Open-Source Intelligence) partnerships where we gather significant information about the target organization on the Internet. The information obtained can be used to identify potentially vulnerable assets and vulnerabilities that intimidators may target. Information retrieved using OSINT techniques includes details about employees, organizational structure, physical assets, IT infrastructure, and more.

Security Information and Event Management

CTI uses external sources about a particular organization to continuously update information. This service consists of two main parts: Information on security teams and IOCs (Compatibility Indicators) which are mostly used for automated data mining for internal monitoring with SIEM, IPS (Intrusion Prevention System) or IDS / NIDS / HIDS (Intrusion Detection System, Network) systems. An example of such data mining could be obtaining IP address information from the honeypot network used by attackers or detecting open port changes in the company’s infrastructure. We use proprietary software that automatically looks for potential threats depending on the customer’s needs. We support infrastructure monitoring with CTI data, which allows us to continuously detect targeted attacks.

Security Audit and Vulnerability Scans
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