Cyber Threat Analysis Service with Open-Source Intelligence
Leidos cyber analysts leverage open-source intelligence (OSINT) to perform cyber threat analysis of content posted on web and social media sites. Our service is built on a big data analytics engine, tuned to collect, analyze and filter cyber threat information from multiple online sources.
Keywords and posturing detected by positive and negative tones surrounding people, locations and organizations are tracked across multi-language internet data sources including: websites, blogs, RSS feeds, news outlets, forums, databases and social media streams. The aggregate picture of disparate data points collected provide insight into an organization’s threat profile, vulnerability landscape and social sharing habits.
This open-source intelligence can be used to monitor externally accessible data about an organization’s cybersecurity technology footprint and executive exposure. Threat actors can exploit this data to:
- learn where their current TTPs will be most effective
- construct attacks that avoid or subvert known security measures
- check publically reported vulnerabilities
Leidos can mitigate this type of company profiling risk by delivering open-source research, monitoring, and reporting that provide customers with actionable intelligence. Beyond monitoring corporate exposure, report findings can be leveraged to provide physical security alerts, predict impactful geopolitical events and identify counterfeit or IP theft profiles.
Reach a new level of cyber threat situational awareness, prevent threats by predicting attacks and increase protection by knowing what and how to defend.