External Context for Increased Visibility
It’s completely possible for organizations to be unaware that they’re the victim of a cyberattack or data breach. External sources of intelligence in multiple languages give increased visibility: You can uncover relevant leaked data like AWS key mentions, project code names, corporate credentials, and phished employees, adding a vital layer of intelligence to identify the weaknesses an attacker could already be exploiting.
TTPs and the MITRE ATT&CK Framework
Recorded Future’s sophisticated algorithms help you quickly identify relationships between threat actors, their methods, and their targets to see how vulnerabilities in technology are being exploited and weaponized by adversaries and the real risk this poses to your organization. We’re also mapping things like malware analysis results to the MITRE ATT&CK framework to provide additional context for tactics and techniques.
Curated Threat Hunting Data Sets
Recorded Future’s curated data sets deliver high-fidelity threat data, like known RAT controllers and command and control servers. Correlate this external data with your internal logs to better understand trends and emerging threats. Or use Recorded Future Fusion to customize these data sets and ingest them into your existing systems.