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While the future of remote work remains uncertain, many large enterprises have already been grappling with shadow IT and the overwhelming number of devices, systems, applications, and servers being set up without proper oversight. This has significantly expanded the digital attack surface, making it easier for threat actors to discreetly identify and potentially target vulnerable areas of the external network by exploiting misconfigurations, lack of patching, or lack of visibility.
To address these challenges, Cybeta Overwatch offers an analyst-driven intelligence solution that helps reduce the likelihood of cyber risk scenarios by continuously evaluating external network infrastructure and other areas of a client’s discoverable footprint. Our methodology takes a threat actor perspective and produces actionable and contextualized intelligence sourced from the deep and dark web, open-source intelligence, and attack surface discovery techniques. This information is then merged with global attack trends to provide key stakeholders with perspective and clarity on potential threats leading to negative outcomes.
We seamlessly integrate and coordinate with security and IT teams’ threat reduction goals, helping perpetually stretched resources focus remediation efforts on only the highest ROI threats. Our seasoned human expertise is a key differentiator that allows us to exclude false positives that typically strain IT resources and detract from breach prevention
Collection and Analysis
Most large-scale events of consequence, whether acts of terrorism or cyber-attacks, tend to be preceded by certain behaviors or actions that went unnoticed. Cybeta Overwatch expects that and understands where to look. We scour the dark corners of the web where pre-attack infrastructure and discussions or other indicators may be occurring but have gone unnoticed. Our deep and dark web findings are sourced from:
Seasoned human expertise combined with cutting edge automation through our Threat Collection Engine™ leverage numerous data sources to generate data-driven analytics of your IP4 and IP6 space useful for identifying technology stacks operating without oversight of security teams, out-of-date, misconfigured, and vulnerable services tied to global attack trends, and possible avenues for threat actor foothold and initial access. Examples of findings can highlight:
Security teams are overstretched while budget, time, and human capital limitations persist. We create outcomes that can result in patching, priority migrations, or bringing shadow infrastructure back under management. Our products are also used to inform:
Having personal details and passwords exposed in third-party data breaches can increase the odds of being targeted by orders of magnitude – and with more than half of corporate users reusing passwords across multiple accounts, Cybeta can inform your susceptibility to social engineering by expertly navigating deep and dark web communities where commodity credentials are available for sale.
Fraud teams and other security stakeholders require access to unique sources to truly gain insight on threat actor operations and their targeting of corporate data and assets. Leverage our familiarity with illicit marketplaces, card shops, and other hidden services where your brand is being impersonated or exploits for your product are being discussed or transacted.
The rise in business e-mail compromise and other process fraud is an unfortunate reality with no signs of abating. Let us monitor your brand and domain for warning signs that could portend future targeting.
Whether from concerning social media posts, negative job review comments, or other problematic content harvested from deep web community forums, enterprise stakeholders are prudent to seek better clarity on whether online threats are credible and if a risk to the workplace or employee safety exist. Leveraging our experience in operations in the national security space, we are capable of supporting tailored requirements where gaps such as unauthorized access and physical security social engineering risk need to be understood.