OSINT Toolkit accelerates open-source intelligence investigations by 30x over traditional methods and drives swift business decisions that reduce risk and mitigate threats.
As healthcare and finance grapple with the mounting threats, growing costs, and accountabilities, security professionals are facing huge hurdles. Caught between a rock and hard place, many organizations are looking for new ways beyond defense and including proactive intelligence activities involving open sources of information.
Over half of Dark Web markets now contain higher concentrations of digital attack tools, identities, accounts, and information for sale rather than drugs and chemicals. Investigating the Dark Web is more crucial than ever before for organizations.
OSINT collection can be used to obtain information about Domains to help cybersecurity and information security teams make informed decisions, identify threats, or understand their other POIs better
Over the past 12 months, the concentration of identity and credential information has grown to be over 50% of all new pastebin content
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a renewed surge of cyber attacks and exploits. Open-source intelligence holds keys to investigating these types of emerging cyber threats.
Many cybersecurity organizations consider gathering cyber threat intelligence to be among the most fruitful of cybersecurity activities. Corporate rules of engagement can help organizations avoid being subjected to unnecessary risks when gathering OSINT online.
An industry that was formerly the concern of physical security now requires a converged security approach. The convergence of cyber and physical security will allow security teams to have better communication and broaden their scope of intelligence that couldn’t be otherwise accomplished by operating in silos.