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With unrivaled network visibility, diverse threat data, machine learning and world class threat researchers, Alien Labs helps you stay ahead of evolving threats.
Alien Labs Open Threat Exchange (OTX) is among the world's largest open threat intelligence communities with 100,000 threat experts and security professionals contributing daily.
AT&T Alien Labs collects a large volume of threat data from diverse sources including OTX, our worldwide sensor network, AT&T proprietary data, and dozens of external feeds to deliver the tactical threat intelligence needed to quickly predict, detect and respond to threats.
Using analytics, automation, machine learning, and human intelligence (HUMINT), Alien Labs cuts through the massive volume of threat data we collect to focus on the most critical threat indicators and provide resilient detection techniques for threats targeting different stages of the kill chain.
By integrating our threat intelligence directly with the Unified Security Management (USM) platform, we decrease the time from public disclosure of a threat to you being able to detect, investigate, respond, and report on what happened.
AT&T ThreatTraq is a weekly show featuring AT&T Data Security Analysts discussing the latest trends and news in cyber and network security, including recent attacks, breaches and exploits.
We also cover network security, malware, viruses, and threats to mobile computing devices, as well as countermeasures to those threats.
Introduction We recently announced the release of the new AlienApp for Box in USM Anywhere, which uses the Box Events API to track and detect detailed activity on Box. This new addition to the AlienApps ecosystem provides an extra layer of security to cloud storage services that many enterprises are outsourcing to Box. Beyond monitoring and data collection,…
By Fernando Martinez and Javier Ruiz of AT&T Alien Labs. In our previous blog, we analyzed how it is possible to map malware threats using the MITRE ATT&CK™ framework. In this blog, we will test the USM Anywhere platform against red team techniques and adversary simulations. We performed this analysis as part of our continuous…
The CVE-2019-0604 (Sharepoint) exploit and what you need to know AT&T Alien Labs has seen a number of reports of active exploitation of a vulnerability in Microsoft Sharepoint (CVE-2019-0604). One report by the Saudi Cyber Security Centre appears to be primarily targeted at organisations within the kingdom. An earlier report by the Canadian Cyber Security Centre…