Prepare Today Against Tomorrow’s Cyber Threats
QuoIntelligence equips you against relevant threats and enables your organization to prepare and respond to them.
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Intel Report on Demand
Request ad-hoc reports ranging from technical malware reversing and analysis to strategic intelligence forecasting.
Intel Analyst on Demand
Our Intelligence Analysts support your cyber defense center whenever special expertise or additional staff is needed.
We assess your Threat Intelligence maturity level and recommend a customized growth path forward.
We support the take-down process of unauthorized domain names, or removal of sensitive web content abusing your brand.
We execute intelligence-driven table-top exercises that simulate credible attacks from threat actors with you to ensure your readiness in case of emergency.
Custom Intel Reporting
Hyper-customize the weekly intelligence reports you receive from us to the needs and looks of your organization.
Mentoring & Coaching
From C-Level to Analysts, we mentor and coach your organization in running daily operations based on threat-driven methodology.
Tabletop exercises are roleplay activities that test the effectiveness of your Key Operational Processes against cyber threats your company can face. They help in exploring the answer to questions like What would we do if a ransomware attacks us? and highlight any gap in the Incident Response procedure.
Leaders in the payment industry in Europe
Members of the Central Banking system in Europe
Companies in the German DAX30
Government bodies working in National Security
National leader cross-sector information sharing community in Europe
Significant Banks in Europe supervised by the ECB and BAFIN
Main stakeholders in the international monetary policy-making
Most active Law Enforcement Agency on international e-crime cases
How our Clients use our Intelligence service on a daily basis
CISOs and CIOs work with our Intelligence Estimates to plan their yearly budget for security controls and services.
Risk Managers use our forecasts, likelihood scores, and assessments to better evaluate risks targeting their organization.
SOC teams and their SIEM/TIPs leverage our high-reliable indicators of compromise (IoCs) to detect new threats within their network.
Respond Regulatory Enquires
We provide our clients with Intelligence reports that support them to answer inquiries coming from industry regulators. Additionally, they suggest the best course of action.
Drive SIEM use-case definition
Our Intelligence catalogs contain detailed information on Threat Actors, Malware Kits, and e-Crime service providers each one mapped with MITRE ATT&CK Techniques. Therefore, we support the definition of SIEM use cases aiming at covering the most likely threats.
Threat Hunting Activities
The Techniques, Tactics, and Procedures (TTPs) documented in our Intelligence catalogs are used to drive Threat Hunting exercises. Our experienced analysts support the brain-storming activity preluding the Threat Hunting exercise, and more.
Red Team Exercises (TIBER)
We support your TIBER-Exercise. Our Threat Actor Assessments drive your Red Team exercises. No matter if TIBER-EU, TIBER-DE, TIBER-NL, TIBER-FI, or TIBER-BE.
Risk Reduction and Mitigation
The recommended course of actions described in our Threat Assessments and Estimates reduce the Residual Risk of public organizations and enterprises worldwide.
Our Intelligence Bulletins promptly warn you about current or imminent exploitation activity against 0-days/n-days vulnerabilities. Our clients use them to prioritize and expedite patching activities within their organization.
Threat Intelligence Analysis
Our Intelligence reports support the mission of Cyber Threat Intelligence and Physical Security teams while responding to Request For Information (RFI) calls. Additionally, they can access all our Intelligence catalogs and entire knowledge base within Mercury.
Our Country Risk Profiles support our clients’ employees when traveling in countries with a high risk of espionage and surveillance. Clients can apply our recommended Course of Action (CoA) to reduce the risk of their employees being surveilled or implanted while visiting such countries.
Policymakers working in national digitalization programs or regulatory institutions are using our Intelligence Estimates to define and sharpen policies. Our services support them to keep their citizens safe and have control over their entities.
In this Weekly we report on how a threat actor, possibly Russian, is targeting users in Germany by using information on the war in Ukraine as a lure. We also look at how international co-operation on cybersecurity is increasing as a result of the Ukraine conflict. Meanwhile, the increasing isolation of Russia through international sanctions could impact the global IT threat landscape, with emphasis on semiconductors and products using them.
In this weekly we investigate the emerging threat of NodePacketManager (NPM) becoming an attack vector for supply chains and the rising trend of extortion groups targeting companies without using ransomware. In terms of the war in Ukraine, we have escalated our cyber threat level from MEDIUM to HIGH due to extremely targeted hacktivist activity against entities operating in NATO countries.
QuoIntelligence is tracking a campaign where the threat actors are using the remote template injection to deliver an espionage implant targeting Russian entities. Researchers allege that the campaign in question is attributed to Chinese nation-state actors. We continue our Ukraine war Geopolitics and Cyber coverage. Since organizations increased their monitoring of Russian APTs, other threat actors are likely to leverage the void and increase their activities, as we have observed with Chinese-sponsored threat actors over the last weeks.