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Recorded Future for Threat Intelligence

Threat intelligence is the combination of knowledge, data, and context that allows you to prevent or mitigate cyberattacks. Recorded Future aggregates data from the broadest set of open, closed, and technical sources and provides context on who is attacking you, their motivations and capabilities, and indicators of compromise to look for in your systems. This information is searchable in real time and presented in a single-pane-of-glass view and via customized alerts — so you can make informed and timely decisions.

Expedite Research and Improve Reporting

When researching threats, analysts need immediate access to contextual information so they can recommend actions as fast as possible. Security intelligence automates collection and analysis from the broadest range of sources and across every language. This analysis, coupled with insights from Recorded Future’s elite research group, automatically integrates into research workflows to provide a single-pane-of-glass view on each threat actor and indicator. Real-time, evidence-based Risk Scores enable rapid risk analysis while advanced search, customizable alerting, and data visualization capabilities surface relevant intelligence for research and report writing.

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Detect and Validate Incidents With Context

Security intelligence enables machine-scale collection and analysis to connect data points about a threat actor or indicator from open, dark web, and technical sources. Recorded Future delivers this contextual information via Intelligence Cards™ that consolidate all known information in a single place — giving analysts the context they need to respond smarter, faster, and more confidently. Additionally, Hunting Packages automatically insert advanced analytics into existing network, endpoint, and malware security solutions to hunt for threats that are already in your environment.

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Collaborate Easily Across Security Teams

All of the security teams throughout an organization need access to the same information. Security intelligence empowers security teams to break down silos by centralizing and continuously updating intelligence in real time. Recorded Future enhances collaboration and engagement with shared access to source materials and the ability to contribute Analyst Notes detailing assessments, verdicts, and threat leads.

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Monitor and Investigate the Dark Web

Very few security teams have the time, expertise, and resources required to manually collect, organize, and analyze intelligence from the dark web. Security intelligence instantly processes intelligence from sites on the dark web — including hacker, criminal, and extremist forums. For invitation-only sites on the dark web, Recorded Future’s elite team of analysts, linguists, and security researchers combine their expertise with our automated broad sourcing and natural language processing capabilities to produce comprehensive, real-time intelligence and alerting that threat analysts can take action on with confidence.

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Out-of-the-box integrations with leading analysis tools allow you to effectively manage and consume threat intelligence.


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“The Recorded Future platform and accompanying analyst services are used daily by our team to monitor the threat landscape and support cross-team investigations.”

Gartner Peer Insights

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“The thing that is most impressive about Recorded Future is the breadth and depth of their coverage. Overall, we see this tool as a ‘must have’ for any serious threat analyst.”



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Reduce Risk Exponentially With Security Intelligence

Combine security intelligence solutions from Recorded Future to amplify risk reduction across your organization and move toward an intelligence-led security strategy.

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