Unlock the Power of Threat Intelligence for Cybersecurity

Unlock the Power of Threat Intelligence to develop higher cybersecurity against cyber attacks i organisations

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Cybersecurity is the need of the hour for every organisation considering that cyberthreats are becoming more sophisticated and persistent. So how to deal with sophisticated threats and safeguard the organisation? Threat Intelligence Services is a choice organisation are making to keep themselves proactively informed about malwares, threat actors and sophisticated attacks. Threat intelligence refers to the practice of collecting, analyzing and sharing information about potential or actual security threats to an organization's systems, networks and data.


This information can include data about the tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) of attackers, malware indicators and vulnerabilities that may be exploited by cybercriminals.

The goal of threat intelligence is to provide actionable information to security teams, enabling them to better understand the nature and severity of threats and respond proactively to protect their organization's assets. By staying abreast of emerging threats and understanding the methods used by attackers, organizations can develop more effective security strategies and defenses, and ultimately reduce the risk of a successful cyberattack.

Here are some reasons why organisations need threat intelligence -

  • Identify potential threats: Threat intelligence helps organizations identify potential threats and vulnerabilities that could be exploited by cybercriminals.
  • Stay up-to-date: The cybersecurity landscape is constantly evolving, and threat intelligence helps organizations stay up-to-date with the latest threats and attack vectors.
  • Early warning: Threat intelligence can provide early warning of potential attacks, giving organizations time to prepare and take necessary actions.
  • Mitigate risk: By understanding the types of threats they face, organizations can take steps to mitigate risk and protect their assets, networks, and systems.
  • Incident response: Threat intelligence can be used to improve incident response by providing relevant information to incident response teams, allowing them to quickly identify and respond to threats.

“Eventus Threat team monitors multiple threat intel sources then curates the threat intel, validates and attaches confidence values and creates behaviour-based mapping using MITRE and MBC techniques. The Threat team provides real-time feeds to the SOCaaS team where the IOCs are scanned through automated playbooks and behavioural rules added on Data Lake for retrospective and real-time detection. Thus, providing customers with proactive detection and protection.”

--Manish Chaste, Co-Founder & CTO, Eventus


Threat Intelligence feeds include sources like, open source threat feeds, proprietary data feeds, threat intelligence platforms, government agencies, security vendor reports, information-sharing communities, and dark web monitoring. The data is typically analyzed using machine learning and other advanced analytical techniques to identify patterns and trends and to predict the likelihood and impact of future attacks. Threat intelligence is an essential component of any organization's cybersecurity strategy, helping them to protect their assets and stay ahead of potential threats.

--By Manish Chaste, Co-Founder & CTO, Eventus

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