Research and prepare for the latest malware threats without the information overload
Cybersecurity is a game of foresight. It’s a chessboard on which attackers and defenders are constantly looking for checkmate.
Hackers launch a new ransomware attack every 14 seconds. They’re increasingly more capable and sophisticated. Learning how they plan attacks, what techniques they use, and who they’re targeting, can make you so much better prepared. You’ll save the cost and headache of a cyber assault too. This is especially important considering that the cost of ransomware attacks in the U.S. alone surpassed $7.5 billion in 2019.
But investigating malware threats is tedious. Hundreds of new articles and tweets need to be reviewed and triaged every day. Finding critical threats in that sea of information is time-consuming and overwhelming.
We want to help you streamline your tactical and operational open-source intelligence, so that you can better protect your environment.
That’s why we’ve taught Leo, your AI research assistant, to recognize malware threats. You can ask him to read your security feeds and prioritize what’s relevant to you, your sector, and your environment.
Let’s imagine that you work in a threat intelligence team and are responsible for researching and analyzing the threat landscape. You’re particularly interested in evolving malware threats (including ransomware and malvertisement).
Cut through the noise
You can train Leo to read your Security News feed and prioritize articles related to malware.
Leo continuously reads the thousands of articles published in those feeds. It’s an efficient way to cut through the noise and keep up with the evolving malware landscape without the overwhelm.