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QuoIntelligence and NVISO Announce Strategic Cooperation

QuoIntelligence and NVISO Announce Strategic Cooperation

QuoIntelligence and NVISO are pleased to announce they have formed a strategic partnership to enhance the cyber resilience of financial institutions against cyberattacks via TIBER-EU Tests. The two European cybersecurity companies are joining their forces to offer a seamless experience between the Red Teaming and Threat Intelligence providers.

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QuoIntelligence – The Finished Intelligence Provider

QuoIntelligence – The Finished Intelligence Provider

After first announcing to customers, we would like to officially publicize the news that QuoScient’s Threat Intelligence Operations Team (QuoINT) is spinning off from QuoScient to become the standalone company QuoIntelligence GmbH, headquartered in Frankfurt, Germany....

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Recent Media Coverage

QuoIntelligence’s Vice President of Threat Intelligence, Chaz Hobson talks about the Golden Chickens (GC) Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS) portfolio on Research Saturday.

December 2020 - Zebrocy Malware

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Hacker News covered our research on a campaign aimed at a government body in Azerbaijan under the pretense of sharing NATO training courses to distribute a Zebrocy Delphi variant.

July 2020 - Golden Chickens

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Bleeping Computer reported on our research on discovering that Golden Chickens provided several new tools for reconnaissance, information stealing, ransomware attacks, MBR wiping, and malware loading.

January 2020 - Winnti Group logo

Our Geopolitical Intelligence Analyst Sophie Walther was interviewed by BR / NDR about industrial espionage and the Threat Actor Group “Winnti” (German only).

September 2020 - APT28

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BC picked up on our research on the Russian Threat Actor group APT28 which had been using fake NATO training documents as campaign lure.

April 2020 - Winnti Group

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ZDNet covered our research on the Chinese hacker group known as Winnti (aka APT41, BARIUM, Blackfly) that targeted the company behind the online game ‘Ragnarok Online’ MMORPG.