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At our core, Ingalls is a company that strives to be helpful to our clients while continuously innovating and evolving our technology and solutions. Since 2010, we have been dedicated to building a team and product that can stay steps ahead of threats, attacks, and vulnerabilities in an ever-changing landscape.

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Cyber Threat Hunting

Proactive hunting for Indications of Compromise (IoCs) or Indicators of Attack (IoA) on an ongoing basis or by client request.



What Is Cyber Threat Hunting?

Automated tools such as AV and XDR are able to stop most malware incidents most of the time. However, what you cannot prevent you must be able to detect. Threat hunting is a proactive approach where threat hunters search for IoCs that may have escaped detection by the initial layers of your security defenses.


Your Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) Team

The Ingalls Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) Team actively performs threat hunts on an ongoing basis in all client environments or by client request.

Ingalls MXDR Cyber Threat hunting efforts broadly fit into one of two categories: Hypothesis-Led Threat hunts and Threat Intelligence-Led Threat hunts.



Hypothesis-Led Threat Hunt

Hypothesis-led Threat hunts begin with a hypothesis based on known Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) for particular threat groups, malware behavior, or attacks targeting a specific application, platform, or industry.


Threat Intelligence-Lead Threat Hunts

Threat Intelligence-Led Threat hunts begin with specific IoCs or Indicators of Attack, especially for new and emerging threats. These IoCs and IoAs are sourced from industry partners, threat sharing platforms, open-source threat intelligence, and internally sourced threat intelligence (based on Ingalls Incident Response engagements).


MXDR Solutions Overview

The Ingalls Security Operations Center (SOC) provides 100% US-based, 24/7/365 coverage for comprehensive alerting, monitoring, analysis, detection, and response capabilities to Ingalls MXDR Clients.

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