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What's the SOC missing piece?
Threat hunting content and context provided by Cyborg.

Most organizations lack the context behind threat vectors. This creates a knowledge gap that makes the right response decisions impossible. The lethal combination of the talent shortage, lack of skills and disparate and dysfunctional cyber technologies leads to escalating risk. Cyborg is fundamentally changing this scenario. With the Cyborg threat hunting hub C.O.R.E. (Contextualized Operations Readiness Engine), SOC teams have the critical information they need, when they need it, to make security truly proactive. Learn more about Cyborg’s Vision… Read the white paper.

Cyborg C.O.R.E.
One platform to enhance your SOC today

Proactive Hunting:

Proactive Hunting:

Wider net correlations, detections and anomalies. Unmask hard-to-find suspicious behaviors that blend in with normal activity.

Targeted Threat Focus:

Targeted Threat Focus:

Detections and correlations identify specific threats including specific strains or variants of malware or an actors’ specific campaign.

Threat<br>Behaviors:

Threat
Behaviors:

Tactics, techniques and procedures of actors, malware and threats

Visual Analysis and Insight:

Visual Analysis and Insight:

Dashboards and analytic-focused content to quickly identify anomalies and abnormalities in your environment.

Cybersecurity Business Leadership Challenges

Cybersecurity Business Leadership Challenges

  • Difficult to find, let alone retain, skilled teams
  • Reaching the ROI for threat hunting remains elusive
  • High Mean Time to Detect (MTTD) and Mean Time to Respond/Remediate (MTTR)
  • Bull$*#t AI and machine learning technology claims
  • Outsourcing to resources like MDR is costly and revokes control
  • Being proactive, not reactive, is the mode of operation
Cybersecurity Technical Team Challenges

Cybersecurity Technical Team Challenges

  • Insufficient information to respond to threats
  • Current scope of information problematic: lack of depth, diverse data sources in different formats, difficult for cross correlation and effective analysis
  • Missing threat detail, context and TTPs
  • Threat hunting may not be in core skill set
  • Impossible to bridge information to common frameworks (ATT&CK, Kill Chain, Diamond Model etc.)
What is the Future of Threat Hunting?