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Threat Data Feeds

Who said Cyber Defence was easy? Cyber Defence is hard! Most security operations teams fight an uphill battle for they are routinely unable to process the large amount of alerts they receive from various devices and systems. Due to the volume, some alerts may never be investigated at all. This also results in "alert fatigue" which leads analysts to take alerts less seriously than they should.

Threat intelligence helps solve these problems: filter out false alarms, speed up triage, and simplify incident analysis. With it, analysts can stop wasting time on "noise" and focus on relevant alerts regarding malicious activities within their network.

What we do

We collect data from our sensors across the globe and enrich our own data with data from trusted third parties like ABUSE.ch and several other trusted vendors. We then generate distinct lists containing malicious IP addresses and networks (both IPv4 and IPv6), Domains, FQDN (fully qualified domain names), and URL (uniform resource locators, aka: web addresses).

The resulting lists are ready to be used in your SIEM to boost triage.

Integrate

Please see our Knowledgebase for details on how to access our Threat Data Feeds.

Ready?

If you are ready to subscribe, please use the button below.

Our subscription comes with a 60 days trial periode that is free of charge, gives you access to all our Threat Data Feeds and to our Customer Success and Support Team. If you are not confident that our Thread Data Feeds add value to your Security Operations, cancel the subscription within the trial period with two clicks - there will be no questions asked.

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