State & National sponsored cyber threats affecting government & military entities
The scope of cyber threats post new risks for government organizations. As the cyber sector adapts new technologies and collaborates with private sector companies, Massive’s goal is to exchange security information for cross-government threat intelligence coverage.
In a fast-paced, high risk digital environment, Government Organizations with proven actionable intelligence are the ones that protect their critical infrastructure and national security. Government intelligence funnel lines may not extend to departments and external organizations leaving each entity responsible for protecting it’s infrastructure and assets.
Weaknesses in State or Federal government entities put risk to political strategies, financial markets, emergency response systems and citizen’s with the exposure of Personally Identifiable Information (PII). Sponsored attacks are the primary cause of contemporary government espionage.
The government sector of any nation can expect to remain an attractive target for hacking activists and advanced persistent threat actors as it collects sensitive or critical information from both private and public sectors.
Massive’s government and military critical incident repository continues to grow with millions of actors, chatter logs, exploit trading and data breaches. All with cross-topic attribution.
Thousands of State and Nation sponsored cyber threat actor profiles are tracked with attribution to key events affecting government organizations at local and Federal levels. Get access to the communities and rapidly assess risk levels, geography, associations and intent.
State and Nation sponsored Malware threats are the vanguard of government espionage. Massive provides global analysis of targeted malware access with attribution indexing associated actors, dark community threads and chatter and known C2 locations.
Government agencies, government vendors and organizations are at the top of the black market exchange target list for personally identifiable information – PII. Country IDs (national insurance numbers, SSNs, etc) full personal profiles, tax and medical data, account information and financials.
Access to privileged, State-sponsored ZDI reports with attribution and patch information. These extensive reports allow for broader understanding of targeted Zero-Days designed against governments and nations.
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