Kaspersky Starts Threat Intelligence Portal

Tuesday, May 23, 2017 @ 04:05 PM gHale


Kaspersky Lab launched a Threat Intelligence Portal as a web service to help businesses access threat information and to aid the battle against cybercrime.

With the portal, security operation center operators should be able to work more efficiently, said Kaspersky Lab officials.

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The Threat Intelligence Portal will provide Kaspersky Lab’s Security Intelligence Services subscribers with a single point of entry to Kaspersky Threat Data Feeds, APT Intelligence Reporting and Kaspersky Threat LookUp.

Companies will have immediate access to the latest and historical threat intelligence to help them combat cyber-attacks before they impact their organization. This will help improve incident response times and forensic capabilities by giving security teams meaningful and insightful information about threats and their make-up, in order to make the right response before systems and data end up compromised. 
 
Threat intelligence is of crucial importance to companies in their everyday struggle with complex threats. It allows businesses to keep up to date with the evolving landscape before technical threat descriptions become publicly available.

This access to constantly updated information from expert sources and the very latest APT Intelligence reports means a response can happen to overcome potential threats, through improved visibility of criminal and cyberespionage tactics, techniques and procedures available in human and machine readable formats such Indicators of compromise (IoC) and Yara rules.

“At Kaspersky Lab we believe passionately in the importance of threat intelligence as a means for safe-guarding the business community against emerging cyber threats,” said Veniamin Levtsov, vice president, enterprise business at Kaspersky Lab. “The more insight and context around new and emerging threats that we can share with security teams, the more prepared and aware our customers will become – in order to effectively defend themselves against all known threats.”



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