About Kaspersky Threat Data Feeds

 

Kaspersky Threat Data Feeds

 
 
 
 

About Kaspersky Threat Data Feeds

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Latest update: 2019 May 22 ID: 13849
 
 
 
 

Cyber threats are constantly growing in frequency and complexity. Criminals use complicated intrusion kill chains, campaigns and customized Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) to bypass your security controls and disrupt your business. Kaspersky Lab offers continuously updated Threat Data Feeds to detect malicious activity on your enterprise network. Cycle

Threat Intelligence is aggregated from fused, heterogeneous and highly reliable sources such as Kaspersky Security Network and our own web crawlers, Botnet Monitoring service (24/7/365 monitoring of botnets and their targets and activities), spam traps, research teams, the deep web, partners and other historical data about malicious objects collected by Kaspersky Lab over 2 decades.

All the aggregated data is carefully inspected and refined in real-time using multiple preprocessing techniques, such as statistical criteria, Kaspersky Lab Expert Systems (sandboxes, heuristics engines, similarity tools, behavior profiling etc.), analysts validation and whitelisting verification. As a result, Kaspersky Threat Data Feeds contain thoroughly vetted threat indicator data sourced from the real world, in real time. 

For more information about Kaspersky Threat Data Feeds, please download the following leaflet or go to this website.

Watch this video explaining how to improve your company's cyber security with Kaspersky Threat Data Feeds.

 
 
 
 
 

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