Advanced persistent threat (APT) groups are highly sophisticated malicious attackers that possess extraordinary skills and resources. Using a variety of techniques and tactics, from social engineering to ransomware and DDoS attacks, APT groups are increasingly responsible for espionage and information theft. This can result in the exposure of trade secrets, personally identifiable information and the compromise of infrastructure.
Inform stakeholders faster when APT campaigns are targeting your sector or business interests with a single connected intelligence workflow.
Silobreaker’s Relevance Engine ensures you only receive relevant intelligence that helps your organisation make better decisions. It automatically extracts entities, including APT group names and aliases, malware, TTPs, IOCs, countries and organisations from millions of sources to map connections between them. This ensures you remain ahead of attacks by keeping informed of risks to your organisation, industry or country.
The Silobreaker Workspace brings all threat intelligence together, with real-time reporting dashboards on attacks and breaches around the world. This single view, prioritised by activity, helps you quickly find and prioritise the actors, their tools and techniques most likely to cause harm. Quickly identify vulnerabilities in your technology stack with custom watchlists of the vendors and product versions you use.
Get early warning of APTs and targeted attacks with the alerting, dissemination and integration tools included with Silobreaker. Automated email alerts based on custom entity watchlists track APT group news, TTPs, geopolitical situations and more. Silobreaker’s integrated reports builder enables teams to collaborate, create and send consistent, easy-to-understand reports for any stakeholder in a few clicks.
Automated data sharing also enables you to update your SIEM using STIX/TAXII or the Silobreaker API. With these tools, you can significantly reduce your exposure to APTs and zero-day attacks.
Monitor APT group activities and understand the motivations that could make your technology, organisation or industry a target.