Cyberattacks are constantly growing in complexity as adversaries come up with more sophisticated intrusion kill chains, obfuscation techniques, customized malware and advanced attack vectors. To navigate in this world of changing and evolving cyberthreats, it’s important for Security Operation Center (SOC) teams to obtain timely and relevant threat data from reliable threat intelligence sources. To make this a reality for its customers, Kaspersky Lab has partnered with Anomali.
The Anomali Threat Platform helps organizations detect, understand and respond to threats. The platform provides security teams with threat intelligence from numerous feeds so that they can identify and prioritize threats that pose the greatest danger to their business.
Kaspersky Threat Data Feeds cover a wide spectrum of malicious activity aggregated from the Kaspersky Security Network that accumulates information about the latest cyberthreats, and other reliable sources of threat data. Every record in the Data Feeds contains actionable context (threat names, timestamps, geolocation where a threat was detected, resolved IP addresses of infected web resources, hashes, popularity of the threat, etc.).
By adding Kaspersky Threat Data Feeds, users of the Anomali Threat Platform— including SOC teams — can get more accurate answers to the who, what, where, when questions to get the clearer picture of threats.
“We are committed to detecting and researching all possible threats, no matter where they originate. We are excited to partner with Anomali, a leading vendor on the threat intelligence market, as through this collaboration more companies will be able to obtain a global overview of the threat landscape our Kaspersky Threat Data Feeds provide,” says Sergey Martsynkyan, Head of B2B Product Marketing at Kaspersky Lab.
Kaspersky Threat Data Feeds are now available on the Anomali Preferred Partner Store. To learn more about Kaspersky Threat Intelligence please visit our official website.[pro_ad_display_adzone id="915575"]