A large attack surface, early adoption of new technologies and a wealth of high-value data creates a perfect storm situation for technology organizations. Cyber criminals have multiple means and motivations to launch attacks. What’s more, some technology companies, like managed service providers, cloud storage and service providers, and vendors of file-sharing solutions can serve as stepping stones into other enterprises and industries since they provide critical infrastructure to other organizations.
Key Technology Company Challenges
LARGE ATTACK SURFACE
Technology companies have a dual challenge of protecting their own infrastructure from cyberattacks as well as the products and services they provide to customers.Many rely on distributed operating models and cloud computing for business agility and competitive advantage. However, these models can create blind spots and security gaps that attackers use to their advantage. Compromises not only affect their immediate environment but can have dramatic ripple effects
EARLY TECHNOLOGY ADOPTERS
Many high-tech organizations are early adopters of new technologies and more willing to take business risks than their counterparts in other industries. Steeped in innovation, they and their employees are faster to adopt cutting-edge devices and applications as well as open technologies they may not be secure.
HIGH VALUE DATA
From intellectual property to employee and customer data, technology companies have a wealth of high-value information that is attractive to cyber criminals. Personally identifiable information (PII) including credit card information and employee records can be used for fraud or identity theft or resold to other threat actors.
ThreatQ Brings Order to Technology Companies Security Operations
all sources of external (e.g., IT-ISAC, OSINT) and internal (e.g., SIEM) threat intelligence and vulnerability data in a central repository.
noise and easily navigate through vast amounts of threat data to focus on critical assets and vulnerabilities.
what matters most for your environment.
only relevant indicators into your security policies.
or malicious activity which may signal IP compromise, payment card fraud, compromise of solutions or services being sold to customers, and other harm to employees, customers and the business.
on known security vulnerabilities in currently active exploits which may impact regulatory status and security posture.
push threat intelligence to detection and response tools.
ACCELERATE ANALYSIS AND RESPONSE
and response to attacks against multiple targets including internal systems, emerging technologies and devices, solutions delivered to customers, and supporting infrastructure.
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The Power of ThreatQ
The ThreatQ platform has taken a threat-centric approach to security operations. This approach allows security teams to prioritize based on threat and risk, collaborate across teams, automate actions and workflows and integrate point products into a single security infrastructure.
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