Trustwave relaunches Advanced Continual Threat Hunting with human-led methodology

Cybersecurity vendor Trustwave has announced the relaunch of its Advanced Continual Threat Hunting platform with new, patent-pending human-led threat hunting methodology. The firm claimed the enhancement will allow its SpiderLabs threat hunting teams to conduct increased human-led threat hunts and discover more behavior-based findings that could go undetected by traditional endpoint detection and response (EDR) tools.

New method hunts for behaviors associated with known threat actors

In a press release, Trustwave stated that its security teams regularly perform advanced threat hunting to study the tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) of sophisticated threat actors. Trustwave’s new intellectual property (IP) goes beyond indicators of compromise (IoC) to uncover new or unknown threats by hunting for indicators of behavior (IoB) associated with specific attackers.

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