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With abundance of advanced technologies and shared infrastructure, the threat landscape is rapidly changing and evolving. Besides, it is getting more complex to manage with increased dependency on cloud services and use of mobile devices as the medium for corporate data and applications. As a result, the traditional approach to security is not sufficient to mitigate security risks for information and assets of organizations or manage threats.

Many enterprises are mindful of changing security demands. However, due to inadequate integration between technologies, lack of expertise, resources, intelligence, and differences in core business focus, the cost and complexity of security operations are constantly on the rise. To ensure essential cyber security, along with next generation security controls, there is a need of holistic and advanced security threat management program that is fully managed, equipped with actionable intelligence and rapid response to shift security operations approach from detective to preventive threat management.

Absence of immediately evident intrusion does not mean that a system is clean. A new Zero-Day Vulnerability was discovered every week, on average every year.

Threat Management Challenges

  • Changing threat landscape with increased usage of smart devices and consumption of cloud services.
  • Responding and managing threats from false positives.
  • Challenging for enterprises to build and maintain infrastructure, intelligence, and expertise outside of their core business.
  • Expanding IT Boundaries With enterprises moving to cloud, IaaS, PaaS and SaaS
  • Managing technology silos with multiple traditional security controls
  • Managing insider threats, unauthorized access to data and misuse of information by authorized users.
  • It’s cumbersome to manage and derive actionable intelligence from such a high volume.
  • Consolidating view of threat activity with security incidents impacting top management layer
  • Different security regulations mandate enterprises to specific architecture and present different reports.
  • Monitoring proactively and predicting security threats that may be targeted instead of only reacting to the post security incidents.

Syberzen’s Threat Hunting services uniquely bring together in-depth human analysis with automated threat data processing to identify advanced persistent attacks and reduce the risk of a missed intrusion.

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Syberzen has been started with an intent to primarily help MSME market with cyber security preparedness and monitoring their environment to protect and remediate its security posture.

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Syberzen’s Threat Hunting offering recognizes that protection and monitoring measures are not infallible. It is also difficult for detection tools to stay on top of evolving threats. As such, it is vital to spot a malicious intrusion as quickly as possible to limit the damage caused.

Our Threat Hunting Services provide :

Automated platform and a dedicated team with specific expertise in identifying the source of threat
Constantly evolving skills within a team that is available however often, and whenever it is needed.
Knowledge of where malicious code is coming from, enabling the prevention of future breaches and quickly recover from a breach.
Key Differentiators


  •  Automation of manual security rules, which can miss malicious activity or generate too many false positives. Further, it addresses the failure of machine learning to spot an attacker already inside the IT system;
  • Narrow scope and focus on a defined critical perimeter without restricting the number of alerts flagging suspicious activity.
  • Threat hunting is integral part of our fully managed Cyber Defense Center as compared to Security Operations Centers (SOCs) that rely on logs that can be modified by motivated attackers.
  • Detection is based on a large perimeter for future attacks. Our Threat Hunting takes a different approach by considering both unknown and advanced persistent threats (APTs).
  • Rapid identification of malicious intrusions, preventing attackers remaining hidden for long periods of time
  • Risk reduction by automated data analysis on its own missing malicious intrusions
  • Continual learning of threat intelligence as the threats evolve
    Knowledge of both unknown and advanced persistent threats
  • Sight of suspicious activity that existing security measures have failed to detect.