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Identify Cyber Threats Before They attack 

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CT6 stops criminals before they strike.  

Cybercrime losses are expected to top $6 trillion in 2021.  

Cyber Threat Intelligence and Data Monitoring assist with damage control and cyber resiliency after criminals penetrate defensive cyber technology.

Next Generation

Cybercrime Prevention

Rooted in the experiences of federal investigators of organized cybercrime and adversarial nation-state actors, CT6.® Cybercrime Software Solutions are powerful enough to stop bad actors dead in their tracks before they cause harm.

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CT6 Stays Ahead of the Hack

Hacking is not an event.  It is a process.  It begins with an intrusion into your data via users or infrastructure.  After the intrusion, your data is packaged and sold to other criminals to use against you.

Our software detects and disrupts the process of hacking by identifying your stolen data BEFORE it is used against you.  We do this by telling you exactly who was compromised and by exactly what, when, and how so you can make data safe. We automate the process.  Automation keeps you ahead of the hack (i.e., we find your data before criminals buy or use it).

Why Stay Ahead of the Hack?

By finding stolen data before it is used against you, you prevent a future hack, breach, or criminal act.  

By finding stolen data before it is used, you can control how to mitigate the risk in the least disruptive way.  As appropriate, you can isolate, resolve, monitor, or disregard compromised data.  With CT6, you will proactively and preemptively protect financial assets, company and brand reputations, prevent business operations disruptions, decrease customer churn, and better secure supply chain vulnerabilities.

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How CT6 Stays

Ahead of the Hack

  1. Creating a digital privacy-compliant likeness of your PII data, and we listen for an echo pinged against more than 20 billion discrete pieces of stolen data.  
     

  2. The echo identifies a precise piece of stolen data (e.g., a login credential, PII, payment cards, device identifier (phone/computer/pad), and more).
     

  3. The echo also identifies exactly when and how the data piece was stolen (e.g., a specific phishing or malware campaign, brute force date, insider event, etc.).
     

  4. Because we can ping the protected Participant data quickly against a massive amount of stolen data—including data stolen long ago on other platforms—you will find which of your data is compromised, even if the data was not directly stolen from you.  (For instance, re-used usernames and logins on your network stolen elsewhere because a customer or employee used it there, too.)      
     

  5. This information is collected and converted into a signal describing the actual risk vulnerability in explicit detail (who, what, when, where, how).   
     

  6. The signal is an indicator of your risk.  This risk signal will tell you which employees or Participants are vulnerable.  The signal will tell you if you suffered a breach recently or in the past, and what kind of breach it was.  The signal will tell you if a supply chain vendor was compromised who has access to your data.  

 

Armed with this information, the signal informs tailored and appropriate preemptive mitigation.  Because the process is automated, stolen data is disabled before it can be used by criminals.  Further loss of information or a criminal act against your company or users is prevented long before any criminal attempt is even made.

What about Cyber Threat Intel and Data Collection & Monitoring?

Cyber Intel and Data Collection companies will help control the damage but will never get ahead of the hack because of limited insight without CT6 near real-time reporting of compromised employees, customers, and vendors. Without CT6, the only course of action is a defensive response to the final phase of the hacking process: Criminal Access.  Defensive security tactics rely on the hope that the criminal does not gain access before you notice.  Most likely, criminal access attempts will continue because defensive damage control does NOT PREVENT most future attacks.  The damage control cycle repeats in an attempt to re-protect assets, rebuild reputations, decrease customer churn, prevent lawsuits, and stabilize operations.

How is CT6 different from other cyber security solutions?

CT6 is Not a Data Collection Company

Cyber Intel and Data Collection companies will help control the damage but will never get ahead of the hack because of limited insight without CT6 near real-time reporting of compromised employees, customers, and vendors. Without CT6, the only course of action is a defensive response to the final phase of the hacking process: Criminal Access.  Defensive security tactics rely on the hope that the criminal does not gain access before you notice.  Most likely, criminal access attempts will continue because defensive damage control does not prevent most future attacks.  The damage control cycle repeats in an attempt to re-protect assets, rebuild reputations, decrease customer churn, prevent lawsuits, and stabilize operations.