Group-IB Brings New Type Of Solution For Threat Hunting And Attack Prevention To Market
Group-IB, a global threat hunting and intelligence company, has revealed the results of its years-long development of proprietary high-tech products for threat hunting and research — Threat Intelligence & Attribution and Threat Hunting Framework. Altogether the solutions represent a new smart cybersecurity ecosystem uniting Group-IB’s patented innovative technologies unveiled by Group-IB at CyberCrimeCon 2020, a global threat hunting and intelligence conference.
Group-IB has become the first company to offer a new type of cybersecurity solution called Threat Intelligence & Attribution. The system is designed to create and customize a cyber threat map for a specific company, correlate individual cybersecurity events in real time, and attribute attacks to a particular threat actor. It embodies the result of the evolution of Group-IB’s proprietary technologies for threat hunting and research.
The creation of TI&A marks the emergence of a new type of solutions for collecting data on threats and attackers relevant for a particular organization with the aim of examination and proactive hunting for threat actors, research, and protection of network infrastructure. Currently, there no analogues to TI&A on the international market.
Yet another innovation presented by Group-IB is Threat Hunting Framework – a system for IT and OT networks that protects against unknown threats and targeted attacks, hunts for threats both within and outside the protected organization’s perimeter, and helps investigate and respond to cybersecurity incidents and minimize their impact.
According to Hi-Tech Crime Trends 2020-2021, a report that provides an analysis of high-tech crimes worldwide, the merge of various cybercrime segments has led to the appearance of new threats, which resulted in increased damage as a result of attacks. Thus, analysts’ most conservative estimates suggest that the overall damage to companies in 45 countries caused by known ransomware incidents amounts to over $1 billion.