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No Compromise Active Threat Hunting: Identifying deep risks that lie inside the IT Ecosystem

Expanding digitalization has exposed enterprises to a variety of risks. Costs associated with failing to notice assaults include loss of consumer trust, possible intellectual property theft, and undesired fines for data security noncompliance. Conventional preventive security policies are insufficient for the current cyber threat scenario, resulting in poor visibility of cloud infrastructure, an inability to priorities risks, and the inability to execute action-oriented intelligence. Organizations are becoming aware of the necessity to seek for active, unknown risks inside their infrastructures.

Cyber Threat Hunting provides early threat detections and utilises high-fidelity telemetry and threat data to identify adversaries’ known/unknown actions and those infiltrating an organization’s systems and networks. With it, businesses can produce in-depth information for cyber threats in real-time, develop incident response plans for unknown attack patterns, cut operational expenses, and utilise cost-effective solutions for reduced training, maintenance, and deployment costs.

Cyber Threat Investigation using CDWT

Cyberattacks are increasingly inevitable, and companies are stymied in their efforts to triage warnings, investigate, and react to persistent threats. As the intensity and frequency of assaults increase, it becomes vital to conduct threat hunting.

In addition, building a cyber threat hunting programme may be complex and costly for firms that do threat hunting on a large scale. Organizations are forming partnerships with MSPs to get inexpensive resources and expertise. Utilize advanced understanding of dangers and clever data analytics with automated security technologies. Even while protecting high-value items, minimise human contact and de-stress security personnel. Keep ahead of your peers in terms of cybersecurity. With CDWT’s powerful cyber threat hunting service, you won’t have to worry about threats.

Adopt the Appropriate Threat Hunting Strategy

The Managed Threat Hunting services provided by CDWT allow enterprises to detect, identify, and eliminate sophisticated cyber threats. We mix sophisticated analytics tools with networks and endpoints to identify anomalous patterns/behavior and protect their infrastructure with the highest degree of agility, scalability, and the disruptive force of intelligent automation. Obtain AI-powered cloud security, on-premises security, and on-site security solutions and services to enhance business continuity and future-readiness.

Our threat and security expertise will bolster your security team.

Advantages of Changing from Traditional Hunting Services to Managed Threat Hunting Services

Obtain distinct team benefits and better position yourself for continuing operations with SOCs that are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and that give your firm with the most recent threat information and insight into sophisticated threats.
Receive sophisticated monitoring, investigation, and analysis of malicious code and callbacks, as well as detection of attempted and successful security breaches.
Assures best-in-class protection, real-time incident response, and operational optimization, while transforming into a threat-hunting organisation and preventing attacks from reaching security networks.
Review and evaluate security posture data from a unified perspective that enables the identification of out-of-the-ordinary trends and patterns.
Examine logs and security-related material from a centralised platform using SIEM.
This information may be used to correlate data against a database of threat intelligence feeds and detect harmful behaviour in advance.
Establish internal and external vulnerability scans for all of your IT network assets, hosts, web applications, and databases. It decreases resource requirements via a structured dispersed deployment and reduces the cost of IT operations.
Obtain an interactive dashboard and informative reports about configuration changes, patches, vulnerabilities, hardening, and policy compliance of IT assets, devices, and applications with automated vulnerability checks that provide genuinely actionable results.
In today's highly regulated sectors, monitor your compliance level for regulatory reasons across PCI DSS, GLBA, SOX, HIPAA, FISMA, and ISO.
Ensure that your organization's assets are safe and compatible with quickly evolving security solutions by extending Risk Management and Compliance knowledge and certification to it.
Obtain threat intelligence technology in real-time in order to discover sophisticated malware assaults, persistent threats, and harmful attacks.
Inferences based on the detection and analysis of global dangers utilising threat information inside a threat R&D facility.
Utilize cost-effective, efficient, and higher return-on-investment outsourcing for your SOCs. Permit your security team to concentrate on strategic security initiatives, while we concentrate on tactical danger hunting and monitoring skills.
Utilize an effective threat-hunting platform to increase the efficiency of your SOCs. With important technologies such as SIEM or IDS, SOC may detect abnormalities, resulting in a more efficient identification of threats and the capacity to fight them, so preventing or minimising future harm.
Implement efficient methods for transforming raw data from various sources into meaningful information.
Permit security analysts to aggregate "feeds" from several sources rather than manually correlating "events" to obtain relevant intelligence data.

Models for Threat Hunting

Intel Based Hunting

Intel-based hunting is a reactive form of hunting that employs Indicators of Compromise (IoCs) from threat intelligence sources. Intelligence-based searches may use indicators of compromise, hash values, IP addresses, domain names, networks, or host artefacts supplied by intelligence-sharing services. A threat warning generated by these platforms is exported to the SIEM as an input. Once the SIEM has generated an alert based on IoC, threat hunters may investigate malicious activities before and after the warning to identify any system breach.

Hypothesis Hunting

The proactive hunting approach of hypothesis hunting employs a threat hunting library. It is associated with the MITRE ATT&CK methodology and using hypothesis-based hunts to identify the attackers' Indicators of Attack (IoAs) and Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs). The threat hunter finds threat actors based on environment, domain, and attack patterns in order to produce an MITRE-aligned hypothesis. After recognising the behaviour pattern, the danger hunter investigates activity patterns to detect, identify, and isolate the threat.

Custom Hunting

The success of a custom hunt hinges on situational awareness and industry-standard hunting techniques. It identifies abnormalities in SIEM and EDR tools and is adaptable to client specifications. Customized or situational hunts are conducted under specific circumstances, such as geopolitical issues and targeted assaults, or depending on the needs of the consumer. In these hunting activities, both intelligence- and hypothesis-based hunting models using IoA and IoC data may be used.

Mapping the Framework for Threat Hunting

Phase 01: Trigger
  • Threat Hunting is a focused, resource-intensive approach. The hunter gathers environmental data and creates theories on possible security weaknesses. The hunter then chooses a trigger to examine a particular system, network section, or hypothesis.
Phase 02: Investigation
  • After identifying a trigger, the search focuses on locating anomalies that either support or refute the hypothesis. During this phase, threat hunters examine malicious abnormalities using a number of technologies.
Phase 03: Resolution
  • Threat hunters collect all pertinent data throughout the investigation phase. During the resolution phase, this information is shared with other teams who use the appropriate tools to react, prioritise, analyse, or store the data for future use.
  • Regardless of whether the material pertains to legal or illegal behaviour, it is useful for future studies and investigations. It may be used to enhance security measures, prioritise and address vulnerabilities, and predict developing threat patterns or behaviours.
CDWT identifies key harmful incursions in your organization.

CDWT's Threat Hunting Services encourage vigilance in the face of next-generation threats and vulnerabilities.

Obtain deep threat monitoring of the IT stacks, including people, devices, apps, networks, servers, data and datacenter assets, cloud platforms, and endpoint environments, 24 hours per day, seven days each week.

Gain automatic alert management and optimization (to decrease alert fatigue), as well as insight into the risk posture of the whole company.

Integrate MDR suite with mission-critical, high-fidelity internal and external dataflows from all IT landscape segments.

MDR facilitates data intake and monitoring from internal networks and IT infrastructure, devices, platforms, and external landscapes, cloud platforms, remote IT architectures, and third-party service providers.

Integrates threat information for threat research, discovery, and hunting, while identifying risks lying behind the most basic perimeter layers or concealed from ordinary rule-based assessments.

Using Advanced Threat Protection, analyse benign code to detect new dangers and assure preventative maintenance. Prepare for improved managed detection, endpoint detection, and incident response for similar or other situations.

Using advanced security analytics, automatically classify threats, risky use cases, and threat monitoring and hunting into appropriate event categories. Helps create an advanced incident response strategy.

Categorize warnings, prevent alert fatigue, and support the Security Response Team in gaining sophisticated, real-time threat intelligence to make educated decisions.

Intelligent automation solutions may reduce Mean Time to Detect and Mean Time to Repair for end-to-end IT assets.

Automatically halt the harmful software's operation and undertake a thorough examination of its repair.

Aviall a collaborative threat mitigation action mechanism between the CSIRT/SOC of the supplier and the security team of the customer.

Integrate next-generation antiviral capabilities with additional cognitive tools for real-time anomaly detection and alerting, forensic investigation, and endpoint cleanup.

Track the execution and modification of files, changes to the registry, network connections, and binary execution across your endpoints.

Cybersecurity Incident and Response Team (CSIRT) of CDWT provides threat monitoring and management and aids in the adoption of innovative cybersecurity frameworks, incident response plans, and intelligent solutions.

Receive assistance from world-class security experts with IAM, SEM, ATP, Root Cause Analysis, Compliance Audits, and Advanced Penetration Testing services.

Provide strategic advice to better monitor and manage on-premises or cloud-based organisational security.

Obtain continuous monitoring of assets, resources, access control review, and compliance audits for enhanced data protection, as well as advice services for misconfigured networking-server assets.

Compliant-ready services provided by CDWT guarantee that client facilities comply with data localization-residency laws, national regulations, local compliances, secure identity compliance, and international certifications.

Adopt cloud-native solutions for complete compliance monitoring and management, hardware-based key storage for regulatory compliance, and governance-auditing-risk reduction.

Sophisticated security intelligence solutions from CDWT include advanced threat hunting, data forensics, anomaly detection, and automated response management.

Adopt AI-powered cybersecurity for end-to-end asset management and monitoring, including last-mile connectivity and end device security.

Utilize the Self-Healing or Preventive Maintenance Platform to consolidate cybersecurity management for IP/Domain Reputation, File Reputation, and IT assets (SHOP).

With CDWT Dark Web Monitoring and Protection, you can monitor corporate data and get fast warnings of any online dangers. Take urgent action and enhance the security of your business.

Dark Web Scan does a search for stolen usernames, passwords, social security numbers, and credit card data available for sale.

Dark Web Monitoring aids in the monitoring of large-scale operations and establishes a safety net. Dark Web Protection detects identity theft, protects data loss, and analyses malware.

Why Should Your Enterprise Partner with CDWT for Cybersecurity Transformation?

The world's biggest Application-focused Managed Cloud Services Provider and a leader in managed cybersecurity. Dedicated security evaluation services.

12+ years of service to 4000+ corporations, including 60+ Fortune 500 companies, in 25+ countries spanning the Americas, Europe, Middle East, and APAC.

More than 40 Security Controls, twenty Centres of Excellence, and two thousand worldwide cloud specialists

Pre-met compliance demands for local, national, and international compliance regulations, such as IRAP, GDPR, HIPAA, SAMA, CSA, GXP, and ISO Certifications.

3200 UTMs, 13000 HBSS, 800000 EPS

Seven Security frameworks using the MITRE ATT&CK, CIS Critical Security Controls, and more

Comprehensive 24x7 monitoring of cyber security

Advanced Managed Detection and Response Solutions Automated Security Solutions for threat prediction, detection, and response (MDR)

Expertise in managed SOC (Security Operations Center) services and solutions on a global scale.

DevSecOps-specific portfolio

Cybersecurity Consulting, Cybersecurity Assessment, and Audit Reporting Services for the Entire IT Stack and Cloud Infrastructure.

Advanced Cybersecurity Incident and Response Team (CSIRT) for CDWT

Threat Intelligence powered by Industry-leading platforms such as Microsoft, OSINT, STIX&TAXI, MISP, etc. and CDWT Threat experts

Considerable threat management knowledge in protecting big and complex settings and using the sophisticated features of industry-leading technologies and Cloud-Native Security products.

Expertise in building and administering comprehensive SIEM - assisting organisations in proactively assessing vulnerabilities and automating and accelerating incident response.

Cybersecurity Threat Hunting – FAQ’s

Threat hunting is the practise of examining an organization's surroundings for concealed threats and eliminating them before they can cause harm or disturbance. It decreases the mean time to detect threats (MTTD) and the mean time to react to threats (MTRT) (MTTR).

By detecting security events and reporting holes in threat visibility and coverage, threat hunting aids businesses in protecting their important assets and reputations.
Threat hunting is a complex process that requires familiarity with network and endpoint detection technologies as well as adversarial strategies, methodologies, and processes (TTPs). Developing a threat hunt team and providing them with the appropriate data and technology is difficult. This prompted firms to outsource danger hunting, resulting in increased expenditures and external reliance.
Threat Hunters are knowledgeable security analysts who use security tactics to identify threat actors. They use a number of technologies and methods to spot abnormalities and suspect network activities.
For the purpose of identifying the stage of early threat detection, threat hunting requires four essential components:


Enterprises must use a proactive, comprehensive, and ever-evolving strategy to detect harmful activity and unexpected network traffic.


Enterprises have extensive endpoint security solutions. To locate abnormalities, strange patterns, and other indications of intruders, threat hunting necessitates extra technologies. Advanced technologies provide a better and more comprehensive view of harmful behaviour.

Skilled Experts

Threat hunters, also known as cybersecurity threat analysts, use security technology and intuitive problem-solving forensics to uncover and neutralise hidden risks.

Intelligence Regarding Threats

Access to global evidence-based intelligence facilitates and accelerates the threat search. To concentrate on harmful occurrences, hunters get information on attack classes for malware and threat group identification.