Insight Into Threat Actor Motivations and Methods
As cyber threats continue to evolve, understanding the motives and mindset of your attackers will arm you to proactively defend against their tactics. To uncover this intelligence rapidly, Recorded Future continuously collects and analyzes threat data from an unrivaled breadth of sources including technical feeds, open sources, and the dark web.
Rapid Risk Assessment and Prioritization
They don’t all make headlines, but new vulnerabilities and exploits emerge every day. Your challenge is understanding which are relevant to you, particularly when it comes to critical infrastructure. Relevant threat intelligence empowers you to rapidly prioritize the risk from these threats with context from the widest breadth of available sources.
Instant Alerting to Relevant Intelligence
Threat actors move fast, and emerging and ongoing cyberattacks generate indicators of threats and tactics from numerous news, technical, and social media sources. Monitoring these sources manually is impossible, so you need to be alerted to appropriate references in real time and have the context to rapidly investigate.
US National Intelligence Strategy
The Recorded Future Platform supports IC efforts to counter traditional adversaries, violent extremist groups, and other actors in the cyber domain while helping secure the homeland.
US Department of Homeland Security CDM Program
The Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) Program is an approach that fortifies the cybersecurity of federal departments and agencies. The Recorded Future Threat Intelligence Platform is available on the CDM Approved Product List (APL) for the following Tool Functional Areas (TFA) of the CDM Technical Capabilities Requirements Catalog:
• TFA 11: Respond to Contingencies and Incidents
• TFA 15: Manage Operation Security