Cyberint: Empowering Organizations with Impactful Intelligence to Tackle Cyber Threats

Driving Proactive Monitoring and Mitigation of External Risks for Maximum Protection!

We live in a world where everything is connected. Everything from our cars to our homes, from our phones to the appliances that make our lives easier. But what happens when something goes wrong? What if you’re not able to get home, or your car won’t start? What if it’s not just you who needs help?

It doesn’t matter where you are in the world, or what kind of device you use: cyber threats are everywhere. They can take down major companies, destroy whole nations’ economies, and even cause widespread deaths. And they’re only getting worse as time goes by.

To tackle these issues one company stands at the forefront, committed to revolutionizing the way organizations approach external risk exposure and mitigation. Cyberint, led by CEO Yochai Corem, is spearheading a new era of impactful intelligence, combining cutting-edge technology and world-class expertise to provide maximum protection against cyber threats.

The goal of Cyberint is to actively monitor and reduce the exposure to external danger. The business combines open-deep-and-darkweb Threat Intelligence with Attack Surface Management to give unrivaled protection from external attacks. This is made possible by a distinctive mix of a SaaS platform and an expert workforce.

Cyberint goes above and beyond simply offering useful threat intelligence in a time where cyber threats are constantly changing. They are dedicated to providing their clients with actionable intelligence—intelligence that produces quantifiable results. Cyberint defines impactful intelligence based on four essential qualities because it recognizes that being actionable is a required but insufficient requirement for successful threat intelligence.

It is pushing the paradigm change toward useful intelligence in the cybersecurity arena under the direction of Yochai Corem. The company helps businesses stay ahead of cyberthreats and make wise decisions to protect their digital assets by fusing cutting-edge technology, in-depth knowledge, and a forward-thinking mindset.

As cyberthreats continue to become more sophisticated and widespread, there has never been a more pressing need for actionable intelligence. Leading this transition is Cyberint, which gives businesses the resources and knowledge they need to properly manage risks and safeguard their sensitive data.

Let’s explore their journey in further detail!

Rising Threat

Every business with an internet presence is at risk from cyberattacks. Malicious actors have access to a variety of attack vectors regardless of the size of the organization’s digital footprint, even if it only consists of a website and a few social media profiles. Naturally, the vast majority of businesses have a much more extensive online presence than just one domain and a few social media accounts. Large-scale corporations often manage tens of thousands of IP addresses, domains, and subdomains. Typically, these resources are dispersed over a variety of settings, including historical on-premises data centers, private clouds, public clouds provided by a variety of service providers, and infrastructure hosted by third parties like SaaS providers.

In addition to the existing complexity, the frequency of cyber attacks is currently at its peak. According to one calculation, cybercrime rose by 38% year-on-year between 2020 and 2021. The Anti-Phishing Work Group (APWG) recorded an astounding 1.2 Million phishing attacks in Q3 2022 alone, establishing a new record for the highest number ever documented in a single quarter. The 2022 IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index revealed a 33% surge in security incidents caused by exploited vulnerabilities. The situation can be described as nothing short of grim.

Even while many of these attacks lack complexity, the sheer scope of cyber assaults presents major challenges. The daily barrage of notifications that prominent organizations get, frequently with poor accuracy, makes it challenging to efficiently prioritize and detect real dangers. In the large sea of corporate data, even one elusive threat that manages to escape detection could result in a breach. This reveals a severe asymmetry in the cyberspace: while cyberdefenders must keep a perfect track record to protect the firm, hostile actors have unlimited opportunities to hack into the corporate network. After all, all it takes is one successful attack to cause the company serious financial harm.

Effective Threat Detection

A short while ago, stopping any possible cyberattacks was the main goal of the cyber defense. However, given the state of the digital world today, this goal is now wholly unattainable. The most economical and effective strategy is one of cyber agility rather than trying to stop every attack. Cyber agility involves seeing real hazards in the midst of a sea of notifications, then taking prompt, decisive action. The likelihood of successful infiltration and subsequent harm to an organization is considerably reduced by identifying and neutralizing threats as early as possible.

Consequently, the question arises: how can organizations expedite the process of threat detection and eradication? The solution lies in impactful intelligence that enhances visibility concerning pertinent risks, while simultaneously reducing the time required for response and elimination.

Impactful Threat Intelligence

Actionability is an imperative aspect of intelligence, for without it, intelligence would be rendered futile. However, while actionability is indeed a prerequisite, it is not the sole determinant of the value of threat intelligence.

Threat intelligence must be impactful and have the following 4 properties: 

  • Accurate – Threat intelligence must be accurate and true  
  • Relevant – Threat intelligence must be relevant to the organization 
  • Actionable – There must be a way to mitigate and/or eliminate the threat
  • Cost Effective – The cost of the threat must be greater than the cost of remediation   

This novel framework perceives cybersecurity as a corporate predicament as opposed to a solely technical conundrum. Consequently, this fresh paradigm necessitates the effective and economical resolution of cyber threats.

Cyber Threats with Strategic Threat

Constantly evaluate threat data, produce strategic threat information, and produce security advisory reports that help decision-makers see important trends and from a wider angle. Their studies on the threat landscape, which are written by analysts and researchers skilled in cybersecurity and more general geopolitics, serve as a basis for determining strategy, policy, and long-term decision-making.

Learn not just about the current tools, techniques, and procedures (TTPs), but also about the probable future plans of hostile threat actors. This will enable your company to protect against such attacks in advance. Obtain a thorough understanding of the operational environments, target nations or industries, employed tools, and common operating procedures of specific threat actors and group profiling. Discover application-level attacks, leaked passwords, and vulnerabilities. Keep an eye out for various attackware and tools that cybercriminals are trading and disseminating by continuously monitoring forums, markets, and code repositories.