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Unleash Your Vigilance: Cyber Threat Hunting

Proactively Pursuing Security Excellence in the Digital Realm

What is cyber threat hunting?

Threat hunting, also known as cyberthreat hunting, is a proactive approach to identifying previously unknown, or ongoing non-remediated threats, within an organization's network.

Cyber threat hunting is the process of proactively searching across networks and endpoints to identify threats that evade security controls. Using a combination of manual and machine assisted techniques, threat hunters search for indicators of compromise (IOCs) across an organisation’s IT environments.

By hunting for evidence that a breach has occurred, threat hunting enables security teams to identify unknown threats and respond quickly and effectively to them before they cause damage and disruption.

What Makes our Threat Hunting Approach so Unique?

Our 24x7 Proactive Threat Hunting service understands Malicious Adversaries better than a regular SOC, enabling the possibility to detect and respond to Malicious Operations even before a single security event has been made known. That can be accomplished because of our Proactive Threat Hunting service relies on the following fundamentals:

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Technology Agnostic

Hunting over approved EDR/XDR

We are continuously analyzing new technology that allow us to perform a high-quality Threat Hunting service

To maintain our quality standards, only technologies that pass our internal evaluation are used

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Offensive Mindset

Understanding adversaries

Even when there is not a proper detection from the technology, our experts can identify Malicious Operations from the telemetry

We use our Red Team as a Threat Hunting accelerator

We deploy our own Threat Hunting Intelligence™ on top of the EDR/XDR detection capabilities

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Compromise Hypothesis

Proactive hunting

Our service is a never-ending effort to maintain a proactive hunting position while considering compromise hypothesis

Using compromise hypothesis allows us to detect unknown Malicious Actors

We perform thousands of custom queries to available telemetry every month to find unknown threats

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World Class Team


Our hunters are real researchers thinking like real adversaries

We provide a cutting-edge service using the most innovative attacking techniques and detection bypass possibilities

We consult the most innovative technology to analyze emerging threats

Empower Your Cybersecurity Arsenal with Proactive Threat Detection

Elevate Your Defense Strategy with Threat Hunting Intelligence

Our MDR Threat Hunting service improved not only by continuous research on Malicious Operations, Threat Actors profiling or public advisories analysis, but also by improving detection capabilities when the threat is able to perform detection bypass techniques.

All those improvements are centralized in our Threat Hunting Intelligence™ and included in our unique Threat Hunting service.

Under this context, it is particularly relevant that our Red Teamis an excellent accelerator to improve our Threat Hunting service, and vice versa. In fact, having both services at the same time is a possibility that more and more clients are requesting. They request the following combined approach:

Threat Hunting Intelligence

Red team Service

Our Red Team simulates threat actors, adversaries or cyber exercices to bypass defensive layers

We are continuously reporting improvement possibilities to the Threat Hunting team


Threat hunting Service

Our researchers are continuously learning from new techniques, tactics and procedures (TTPs) used by malicious actors and the learning process is accelerated by Red Team exercises

Exploring the Depths: Cyber Threat Hunting FAQs

Answers to Your Most Pressing Questions on Proactive Security Measures

What is threat hunting?

Threat hunting in cyber security is the process of proactively searching across an organisation’s environment to identify hidden threats and shut them down before they cause damage and disruption.

What are the benefits of threat hunting?

Threat hunting can help to significantly reduce both mean time to detect (MTTD) and mean time to respond (MTTR) to threats. By proactively uncovering security events and highlighting gaps in threat visibility and coverage, threat hunting can help organisations to better defend their critical assets and reputation.

What is a cyber hunt team?

A cyber hunt team is the group of experts responsible for performing threat hunting. Typically, a cyber hunt team will contain a mix of security skillsets, and hunt team members will work together to hunt for and shut down threats.

What does a threat hunter do?

Using a combination of manual and machine assisted techniques, threat hunters search for indicators of compromise (IOCs) across an organisation’s IT environments. Threat hunters often work under a theory of assumed compromise, hypothesising about threat behaviours to identify intrusions.

What are threat hunting techniques?

Threat hunting techniques are the practices conducted by threat hunters. These could include the optimisation of security technologies for new sources of telemetry, configuration of custom rulesets and watchlists, incident investigation and kill chain analysis.