Cyber Threat Analysis Service (OSSINT)

Cyber Threat Analysis Service (OSSINT)

What is said about the company on the internet? What do clients say? Is the company aware of the information published by its different departments and members? All this constitutes the fingerprint, the presence on the internet. If it is well-managed, it is one of the greatest assets of the organization; but, without proper control, it can be the information needed by a malicious person to perform an attack.

With our Cyber Threat Analysis Service we are able to gather the existing information, assessing the impact it may have on the level of risks for the security of the company. This way, we can determine the actions to be taken in order to prevent the information on the Internet from becoming an attack vector.

Cyber Threat Analysis Service

Through OSSINT A2SECURE, all types of information are collected from public sources: publications on the Internet, social networks, directories, repositories such as GITHUB… In short, all those sites where data referring to or belonging to our client may appear.

Subsequently, said data is analyzed and classified according to risk criteria, in order to detect whether data that could pose a danger to the organization (credentials, sensitive information, confidential documents, etc.) have been disclosed, or if public exposure may lead to a security problem for our clients.

Anticipating is always better than fixing.

Benefits of A2OSSINT for the company

  • Know the organization’s data transmitted on the internet.
  • Know the organization’s data on DeepWeb.
  • Act knowingly against hackers.
  • Raise employees’ awareness with real cases.
  • Comply with regulations such as GDPR.

What makes us different?

A2SECURE has a highly qualified team to develop Ethical Hacking/Pentesting activities supported by various international certifications. But our trademark is our vocation to make our clients understand our results.

A pentesting activity is really useful when the client is able to understand what has been found, the risks it implies and how it has been possible to get there. The latter is the key point: knowing how a successful attack has been possible, understanding if it is necessary to implement additional control and change an internal process that is causing breaches. In short, taking advantage of the exercise transforming it into improvements for the company.

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