Arctos cyber threat intelligence provides comprehensive information about the latest malware, botnets, exploits, RATS, phishing and other cyber threats. This information helps you to protect your enterprise from the latest malware, cybercrime, and other cybersecurity threats. Our research lab delivers real-time actionable threat intelligence which could be a part of intrusion prevention (detection) systems to identify and block cyber threats in your IT infrastructure. We provide actionable context around a threat activity, including indicators of compromise (IoC), indicators of attack (IoA), and the identity of the attacker.
Arctos IPS (IDS) rule set detects and blocks advanced cyber attacks in your IT network infrastructure using existing security solutions, such as Next Generation Intrusion Prevention Systems (NGIPS), Network Intrusion Detection / Prevention System (NIDS/NIPS). Threat rule sets are available in snort & suricata formats. Arctos IPS (IDS) rules covers 60 different categories of malicious behavior in network traffic including exploits, malwares, botnet CNC communication, backdoor traffic, drive-by downloads, DDOS attacks and more. Security professionals have to wait for weeks to get intelligence from security vendors to detect threats in their network infrastructure. Arctos rule set are available for security professionals every day covering latest advanced threats. Arctos security network leverages global zero-day threat monitoring sensor network, automated threat analysis infrastructure and intelligence development technology to offer detection for advanced threats.
• Threat Intelligence and support for Suricata IPS/IDS
• New rules for new threats detection released daily
• Best in class quality check for accurate threat detection
• Very low false positive
• Priority response for FPs
The moment we learn about new cyber-attack in any part of the world we alert you immediately with intelligence to fight similar attack
Our analysis system process more than 320,000+ unique malware threats every day. We replicate them in multiple sandbox environments to extract IOCs
We have best in the class quality test process, for accurate threat detection and, to avoid false positives in our actionable intelligence context.