RSA CyberCrime Intelligence Service Fighting cybercrime and malware
Network Resource Insight
Malware Communication Severance
Security Gap Identification
Data Exposure Remediation
RSA CyberCrime Intelligence Service provides information on corporate machines, network resources, access credentials, business data, and email correspondence that may have been compromised by malware. CyberCrime Intelligence Service enables security professionals to identify gaps in existing processes and adjust or create new controls and policies to prevent data loss.
CyberCrime Intelligence Service also offers daily reports on known and predicted black-listed domains and IP addresses used by cybercriminals for launching attacks and communicating updates to malware-infected computers. When fed into web-filtering software and other monitoring and security solutions, this threat intelligence feed severs the communication channels of existing malware, eliminating their ability to siphon information from companies and gain new instructions from command and control points.
Customers can also opt to receive RSA Consulting assistance with CyberCrime Intelligence Service to help identify and implement actionable plans to reduce cybercrime risk.
Stop phishing, Trojan and malware attacks, and mobile rogue apps.
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