Threat Intelligence

Get Actionable Information on the Threats & Threat Actors That Put You at Risk

Make informed decisions with real-world insights into the threats that actually face your organization, the threat actors’ likely ways of attacking you, and who's coming after you or your sector.

Make Informed Risk Calculations Based on Real Data

Threat intelligence will provide you with crucial insights that will enable you to increase the efficacy of your security strategy and make prudent risk management decisions.

Chart Demonstrating Cybersecurity Threat

Victimization Likelihood

You'll understand the real threats that actually face you and your organization and that put it at greatest risk.

Vulnerability to Common Cyber Attacks

Vulnerability to Attack

You'll know the most likely methods threat actors will use to attack you so you can take action to reduce risks.

Targeted Cyber attacks

Victimization Impacts

You'll understand the threat actors that are targeting you or your sector so you can contain or prevent the damage.

Ready to Speak to an Expert About Your Threat Intelligence Needs?

If you're ready to ramp up your organization's defenses against the cybersecurity threats that put you at risk, click on the button below to speak to one of our experts.

Get Insights into the Cybersecurity Threats That Face Your Organization

Threat intelligence will provide you with crucial insights that will enable you to increase the efficacy of your security strategy and make prudent risk management decisions.

Full Service Intelligence

A full-service security intelligence combines human intelligence with signals intelligence. Human intelligence focuses on the collection of intelligence by operators on the ground in countries where the threats are emanating from as well as intelligence about the threat actors themselves including changes in their tools and tradecraft.

Signals Intelligence

Signals intelligence focuses on the collection of information between cyber threat actors about their attacks against your organization or other organization correlated into a form that you can use it to best protect your organization and inform your ongoing security strategy.

Dark Web Intelligence

The dark web is a large portion of the internet that requires specific skills and tools to gather information from. Often the domain of cyber criminals, Dark Web security intelligence firms can often provide you with specific intelligence about your firm and any stolen information up for sale or potential compromising information relevant to your organization

Outside the Firewall Intelligence

Gathering information on the internet about your organization to misuse digital marketing resources, online persona hijacking of company personnel, fake company internet pages, stolen marketing and email lists, online fraud, brand misuse, and fake company apps in app stores, and more.

Ready to Speak to an Expert About Your Threat Intelligence Needs?

If you're ready to ramp up your organization's defenses against the cybersecurity threats that put you at risk, click on the button below to speak to one of our experts.

Apollo’s Strategy for Success: Diagnosis Before Prescription

While we consistently deliver results for clients across multiple verticals, we know that every client’s situation is unique and we do not take the “one-size-fits-all” approach that seems to be commonplace. To this end, we employ a proprietary end-to-end methodology that ensures we are able to consistently deliver results.

Cut Through the Noise

What are the Critical Assets?

While it's great to understand every asset in the organization, today's business landscape requires prioritization and capital rationing, so your strategy should align and first focus on what assets are most important to protect.

What is the Risk Tolerance for Losses Against Those Assets?

It's critically important to understand what management’s tolerance for risk is when it comes to cybersecurity. Losses can stack up quickly and the risk environment is dynamic, so as risk levels fluctuate, it's important to ensure the security program keeps security performance in line with acceptable risk tolerance.

What is Your Real Risk Position Against Those Assets?

It's critically important to understand what management’s tolerance for risk is when it comes to cybersecurity. Losses can stack up quickly and the risk environment is dynamic, so as risk levels fluctuate, it's important to ensure the security program keeps security performance in line with acceptable risk tolerance.

Build the Right Strategy

The Right Team

The right team starts with a subject matter expert who understands both your business and cybersecurity equally. Often referred to as the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) or the Chief Security Officer (CSO) this is your firm’s cybersecurity quarterback; someone with the experience and expertise to drive the strategy and effectively message the results to executive leadership and the Board.

The next component is the security staff, a combination of specialists and generalists who are adequately trained and equipped to execute the strategy. Like any business function, substandard team members and equipment will return similar results. In the world of cyber threats, this is a risky proposition, even in lean financial times, cutting these team members could have impactful consequences down the road.

Finally, the right executive management and business governance are required to ensure management effectively manages this risk and engages in risk and investment trade-off discussions. So often it is not a technology or people issue that stands in the way of security, but a high-risk business process that needs to be discussed and evaluated for acceptability in risk.

The Right Tools

Also critical for the security strategy is having the security team armed with the right tools so they can detect the ever-advancing threats when they come, defend the organization, and execute the plan from leadership.

In many organizations we see excessive tools in one or two functions and no tools in other areas, this lack of balance creates vulnerabilities and holes for attackers to exploit.

Further, a common problem is that investment in tools does not produce the expected results and return on risk reduction because of configuration or implementation failures.

Getting the right tools deployed correctly and focused on the risks driven by the intelligence program is crucial for effective protection.

The Right Execution

Finally, the right execution is vital, and this involves having the cumulative resources of the security strategy deployed, executed, and management in an effective manner. Security programs are as much about people and culture as they are about technology and controls.

Security intelligence allows a business to act boldly and make actionable decisions to manage risk while enabling the business to accel and expand. A cogent business conversation about risk priority, combined with an experienced security team and the right tools focused on what the business sees as critical can changed results overnight and make the business more competitive.

Selection the Right Solution

Expert Advice

Selecting the right Threat Intelligence solution, like any technology, can be a daunting task that often requires professional advice.

The solution arena changes every day and understanding the value of advice is a key aspect of getting the right advice. In selecting the right security technology or services, a Value Added Reseller (VAR) can be of great help if they create value for you in understanding and navigating the myriad of choices and how they will work in your environment.

So many firms are transactional in nature and are simply seeking to make a sale, at Apollo we are different, we seek a long term relationship where one sale is simply the beginning of the relationship. We invest in our customer’s success!

Ready to Speak to an Expert About Your Threat Intelligence Needs?

If you're ready to ramp up your organization's defenses against the cybersecurity threats that put you at risk, click on the button below to speak to one of our experts.

The Apollo Advantage in Solution Selection

Whether its security strategy and services or the right products to protect your organization, Apollo will work with you to define the right solution.

Holistic Approach
Apollo looks at your business needs in their entirety and provides a holistic solution to cover all based on our customer-driven model. Apollo not only delivers the technology, but we can ensure lessons learned from others’ mistakes are not made in its deployment and use. We look across the entire technology suite, your business operations, and compliance requirements to identify which technologies will best meet your goals.
Many VARs can provide options from multiple vendors, helping you select the one that is best for your specific needs is where Apollo excels. Apollo leaders are former customers themselves and ensure nothing gets to a client that would not pass their expectations as a customer. As our goal is to become your long term trusted advisor, we provide straight forward advice about product effectiveness, efficiency and longevity in context of the customer’s needs.
Many smaller organizations do not have a dedicated security professionals on staff, and Apollo is like having a dedicated on-call cybersecurity expert available to you; whether its our security engineers and architects, or our former CISO’s, all are available to help you succeed. Even if you have an in-house security team, an outside expert can provide an independent analysis of your systems and up-to-date knowledge of all the security trends and latest threat intelligence.
Apollo is a one-stop shop for all your IT and information security needs. In addition to selling you the products and providing the expertise, Apollo can take care of upgrades, patches and other forms of maintenance through managed service options or outsource arrangements. We don’t walk away when the deal is done, we stay with you through the life of the solution and ensure you stay happy, beyond what the vendor may provide, we are your advocate with the vendor community.
Cost is another advantage. While this may not be common knowledge, in many cases VARs like Apollo get significant product discounts and is more cost effective than buying direct, because we pass those savings on to the customer.
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