Accelerate detection of hidden threats with proactive cyber defenses

Two-thirds of organizations don't detect security breaches on their own. And these hidden, active threats often go unnoticed for months. You need robust cybersecurity consulting services to find them before serious damage occurs to your infrastructure and even your brand.

IBM® active threat assessment services can facillitate a more proactive cyber defense, helping you identify and address cyber threats lurking in your environment more quickly.

Our services provide

Intelligence-driven threat hunting

Find threats using IBM-generated intelligence and IOC/IOA detection

Endpoint analysis and alerting

Endpoint detection and response tools to discover active attacks in near real-time

Real-time network traffic analysis

Appliance-based analysis, backed by intelligence, to discover active attacks

Endpoint metadata collection and analysis

Discover signs of historical compromise that have gone undetected

Enterprise log analysis

Firewalls, IDS/IPS devices, network AV servers and DNS logs to show active or historical attack

Our solution helps

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Defend

your company against undetected threats by identifying infrastructure weaknesses

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Reduce

costs using a flexible, modular approach to testing your cyber defenses

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Strengthen

protection with an in-depth assessment of your cybersecurity posture

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Be proactive

with consulting that helps you surface threats you can't see

Understand the issues

2016 Cyber Security Intelligence Index

Get a better understanding of the current threat landscape.

2016 Cost of Data Breach Study

How do you deal with a data breach?
Assess. Respond. Prevent.

Understand the options

Threat assessment

Learn more about a comprehensive approach to analyzing security threats

Building a security operations center

Learn how to optimize your security intelligence to better safeguard your business from threats

Security incident response plan that works

Top 10 mistakes security organizations make with their computer security incident response plans