Shur-net combines world-class expertise with client-specific data analysis to help you make smart decisions by giving you human-curated analysis and the context your security technology doesn’t have. This way, you can make better decisions. Unfortunately, cyber crime can cause more than just money to be lost. Today, almost every business has to follow at least one federal law. It might be more dangerous for a company to not follow regulations than to lose $2K in money because of a ransomware attack. Firms must look at how well they can respond to cyber-security threats in light of the fact that a data breach could affect their ability to operate legally.
By turning raw data into finished intelligence, we can help you gain more insight and attribution, which can help you avoid problems. There are times when you need to know about things that happen outside of your firewall. we can show you what is out there and help you put controls in place. External threat hunting can also help us look for signs of compromise or mentions of an adversary’s plans.
• Find and stop corporate data leaks and leaked assets, such as through internal domain leakage, certificate and domain abuse, and leaks to third-party code repositories, such as GitHub.
• Assess the attack surfaces and threat vectors of a multi-site network.
• Customize and prioritize the risks and exposure outside your network perimeter that you want to address.
• Find signs and proof that insider threats are real.
• People who say they have breached credentials, data dumps, direct network access, stolen intellectual property for sale, tools and exploits to target relevant security and IT software should be checked out by you.
• Securely get actor tools, exploits, and data through direct interaction with the actor.
• Illuminated discussions and chatter about threats can be found in Dark Web/IRC/Messaging Networks and Underground Forums.
• Internal domain leaks, DNS queries, malicious domain registrations, and malicious TLS certificates can be found.
• Check out libraries that have been hacked, docker images that have been hacked, and attacks on cloud providers (AWS, GCP, Azure)