Security researchers at Zolder can answer your questions regarding cybercrime.
- Do you experiency trading of stolen accounts?
- See a sudden spike in unusual transactions?
- Or are your services in any other way misused?
These kind of situations happen to a lot of organizations nowadays, by increasing and adapting cybercrime. Often it starts with a first indicator in your own systems or those of 3rd parties. But just as often it will be very difficult to get the extent of the problem, or the techniques of the criminals.
Zolder’s security researchers are experienced in datamining online sources for answers to your questions. We’d love to elaborate about possibilities in a phone call.
First a researcher at Zolder will have an intake call with you to get a clear understanding of the questions you want answers to. These questions are agreed upon in a statement of work including the frequency and way of reporting.
An investigation can be performed once and will generally end with an closing presentation in which we discuss our findings. The findings will be gathered from all collected data from sources until that then.
In many cases it is relevant to organizations to keep monitoring the internet for the perceived threat for a longer time. To cover this need we offer subscriptions to our Research-as-a-Service, in which we will periodically report on the findings in past period. This way we can describe the trend for the specific threat, which – amongst other things – allows you toe validate the effect of certain counter-measures.
For subscribers to our service we continuously monitor online sources, and in case of new and emerging incidents we will alert and interact with you through our ticketing system.
Zolder created a platform through which customers can perform queries themselves, over a large amount of data in our research sources.
Whenever this leads to specific triggers that demand further investigation, Zolder kan be appointed to perform this research.