SpearTip's Fusion Cell Methodology offers businesses access into numerous intelligence collaborators’ threat databases; it also provides a multiplicity of international language tracing and sophisticated collection techniques.
Saint Louis, Missouri (PRWEB) April 09, 2013
It is with pleasure that SpearTip announces its newest service, upon which its proprietary Fusion Cell Analysis Methodology is grounded. The newly released Threat Intelligence Subscription Service is for business leaders charged with defending their organization’s cyber infrastructure. By utilizing Fusion Cell Methodology, SpearTip is able to collect various data points from numerous intelligence collaborators, monitor criminal servers, and optimize the integration of open source collection. SpearTip also unitizes its own case repository to produce actionable intelligence for informed decision-makers. This approach and the information it provides is, many times, key in cyber counterintelligence litigation.
Mr. Jarrett Kolthoff, President / CEO of SpearTip, has 20 years of experience in the field of Information Security in both the government and corporate sectors. His civil casework has included investigations in anti-trust lawsuits, embezzlement, fraud, and bankruptcy. He has testified in civil cases as an expert computer forensic witness and often has acted as a liaison between corporations and law enforcement agencies. As a former U.S. Government Counter-intelligence Agent, he has vast experience in conducting counter-espionage investigations and vulnerability assessments for U.S. military installations and government contract facilities. Mr. Kolthoff also has considerable experience in securing sensitive data for privacy/security audits, policy and procedure development, and deployment of technical security controls.
SpearTip utilizes this knowledge and experience, as well as a disciplined technical approach, to identify, neutralize, and exploit the threats targeted at their clients' organizations.
SpearTip now delivers Cyber Counterintelligence by providing a Threat Intelligence Subscription Service to business leaders charged with protecting essential competitive information. By utilizing its Fusion Cell Methodology, SpearTip is able to collect various data points from numerous intelligence collaborators, monitor criminal servers, and optimize the integration of open source collection. SpearTip utilizes its own case repository to produce actionable intelligence for informed decision-makers. This approach and the information it provides is, many times, key in cyber counterintelligence litigation.
As a result of the experience and techniques described above, SpearTip recently released a White Paper outlining the Increasing Malware Threat in today's world.
While traditional warfare is evolving by means of newer and smarter aircraft, tanks, ships, and satellites, so too is cyber warfare. While traditional combat platforms can be necessary, they can also be quite expensive. Many countries around the world are simply not able to keep up with the costs of military technological advances. Instead, they opt for a much stealthier approach, and one which can be just as devastating: Cyber Attack.
Though a company or organization may have network security in place (even with commercial anti-virus software installed), and as delineated in the White Paper Increasing Malware Threat, undetected malware threats can still exist on these systems. Malware can infiltrate and compromise systems by mimicking legitimate processes in a computer's active memory. This not only makes it more difficult to find by anti-threat software, but it can also make the program much more difficult to dispose of once detected.
With its new Threat Intelligence Subscription Service, SpearTip is able to provide clients with detection of active internal and external threats to critical intellectual property, trade secrets, proprietary data, financial and other electronically stored private information, advanced persistent threats (APT), and pre-attack intelligence against industrial espionage and hacktivist assault.
SpearTip's Fusion Cell Analysis Methodology (upon which its Threat Intelligence gathering capabilities are grounded) provides not only the technical expertise necessary, but also the tactical Human Intelligence (HUMINT) to quickly thwart devastating cyber-attacks.
For further information on SpearTip’s Threat Intelligence Subscription Service, to read the Increasing Malware Threat White Paper, or to contact SpearTip, please visit http://www.SpearTip.com.