What Is APT Hunting?
Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) is a sophisticated and highly-targeted attack designed to evade traditional security measures and remain undetected for an extended period. APTs are typically launched by well-funded and organized groups, such as nation-state actors or organized criminals, and usually have severe consequences for the targeted organization.
APT Hunting is proactively seeking out and identifying advanced and persistent cyber threats actively trying to infiltrate an organization’s networks and systems. It is a continuous and iterative process that involves collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data from various sources to detect potential threats and prevent them from causing damage.
How Is Camelot’s APT Hunting Different?
Camelot’s APT Hunting involves multiple techniques and technologies, including network monitoring, log analysis, integrated threat intelligence feeds, and behavioral analysis. By monitoring suspicious activity and behavior patterns, Camelot can identify potential threats before they can cause damage. The company deploys a combination of skilled analysts, robust technologies, and a strong cybersecurity culture within the organization. It is an ongoing process that must be continually updated and refined as new threats emerge and evolve.
Your Network Is Constantly Under Siege
- By 2025, cybercrime will cost the world $10.5 trillion yearly.
- 64% of companies worldwide have experienced at least one cyber attack.
- Every 39 seconds, there is a new attack somewhere on the web.
- The entire cost of cyberattacks in 2022 was $6 trillion.