WHO WE ARE
A Signal & Human Intelligence Driven Technology for Precise & Efficient Risk Management
We collect and analyze intelligence to disrupt botnet and ransomware attacks.
We focus on Eastern European threat actors and those operating on their behalf. They are the most significant source of botnet and ransomware attacks.
Our clients include US and allied governments, and global Fortune 500 corporations including some of the largest cyber insurance carriers
We Provide Intelligence Services for Underwriting, Event Response & Portfolio Risk Management
We cultivate, maintain and fuse multiple SIGINT and HUMINT sources to monitor and analyze threat actor behavior. SIGINT is Signals Intelligence collected through monitoring communication and by other technical means. HUMINT is human intelligence collected from people (assets).
We use our native Russian cultural and language fluency to cultivate durable HUMINT assets by building trust relationships with our surveillance targets over a prolonged period.
This capability is difficult to duplicate because of the time it takes to build trust, familiarity, and credibility with intel assets.
We invest in cultivating new assets on an on-going basis to manage asset attrition. This ensures we have a sufficient cohort of assets to support our operations and our clients at any given time.
WHAT WE DO
KPMG National Lead for Cyber Response Services
Intelligence of this level is a complete game changer. Many companies state they provide threat intelligence, but this is the first time I have seen actionable intelligence that can be used to potentially identify corporate ransomware attacks before they happen"
AdvIntel's continuous research and regular publishing of cyberthreat intelligence reports is able to provide our religious institutions with that safety and peace of mind"
VP of Digital Forensics and Incident Response at CFC Response/Solis Security
AdvIntel marries the disciplines of malware analysis, reverse engineering, and threat intelligence toprovide a more complete approach where they complement each other and result in a better-defined product. Their “Anatomy of the Attack” summaries from recent in-the-wild incidents provides great context and training for our team"