Threat intelligence compares unusual activity to known threat indicators to assist analysts in determining whether a threat is benign or malignant.
GeoIP and geospatial data allows you to identify and distinguish geographic context to the IP address, such as country, city, and even latitude.
Can be used to identify trends in how users share, view, or engage with your content and business profiles.
Open Web Data Sources
Various public and open source databases commonly known as OSINT can further enrich and help you gain business insights.
Hash values or «digital fingerprints» can be used to automate the eradication of known malware files that enter your system.
By adding WHOIS or DNS lookup data, data analysts can identify the person or organization whose domain or IP address is registered.
The ability to map an IP address to a domain gives additional context to a domain or IP address.
We have partnerships with data intelligence providers from around the world and can provide you with tailored data enrichment to fit your needs.