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Digital technologies lie at the heart of nearly every industry today. The automation and greater connectedness they afford have revolutionized the world’s economic and cultural institutions — but they have also brought risk in the form of cyberattacks. Threat intelligence is knowledge that allows us to prevent or mitigate those attacks.

“Threat intelligence is evidence-based knowledge, including context, mechanisms, indicators, implications and action-oriented advice about an existing or emerging menace or hazard to assets. This intelligence can be used to inform decisions regarding the subject’s response to that menace or hazard.” — Gartner

Threat actors are constantly developing new methods to penetrate into enterprise environments. Threat Intelligence can alert to emerging global threats that may affect organization’s operations, impact its financial performance, expose customer data, and damage organization’s brand and reputation.

Threat intelligence is actionable — it’s timely, provides context, and is able to be understood by the people in charge of making decisions.

Today, the cybersecurity industry faces numerous challenges — increasingly persistent and devious threat actors, a daily flood of data full of extraneous information and false alarms across multiple, unconnected security systems, and a serious shortage of skilled professionals.

Some organizations try to incorporate threat data feeds into their network, but don’t know what to do with all that extra data, adding to the burden of analysts who may not have the tools to decide what to prioritize and what to ignore.

A cyber threat intelligence solution can address each of these issues. The best solutions use machine learning to automate data collection and processing, integrate with your existing solutions, take in unstructured data from disparate sources, and then connect the dots by providing context on indicators of compromise (IoCs) and the tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) of threat actors.

  • Threat intelligence benefits everyone. Cyber threat intelligence is widely imagined to be the domain of elite analysts. In reality, it adds value across security functions for organizations of all sizes.
  • When threat intelligence is treated as a separate function within a broader security paradigm rather than an essential component that augments every other function, the result is that many of the people who would benefit the most from threat intelligence don’t have access to it when they need it.
  • Security operations teams are routinely unable to process the alerts they receive — threat intelligence integrates with the security solutions you already use, helping automatically prioritize and filter alerts and other threats. Vulnerability management teams can more accurately prioritize the most important vulnerabilities with access to the external insights and context provided by threat intelligence. And fraud prevention, risk analysis, and other high-level security processes are enriched by the understanding of the current threat landscape that threat intelligence provides, including key insights on threat actors, their tactics, techniques, and procedures, and more from data sources across the web
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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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Types of Threat Intelligence:

Strategic — Broader trends typically meant for non-technical audience
Operational — Technical details about specific attacks and campaigns
Tactical — Outlines of the tactics, techniques, and procedures of threat actors for more technical audience
How does Syberzen leverage Threat Intelligence?
Syberzen leverages industry leading threat intelligence platform that natively collects from renowned threat sources, de-duplicates the data, consolidates and validates the data before consuming the threat intelligence. While the list is dynamic and varies by the quality of threat intel provided, BluSapphire also uses proprietary bots that collect threat intel data from various Social Media platforms and DarkNets. Threat intel sources include,,,,,,,, etc