The CTU is currently tracking the following threat indicators:
- 2,200-plus Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) domains
- 23,800-plus APT Command and Control (C2) sub-domains
- 1,300-plus hardcoded APT C2 IPs
- More than 300 APT malware families
Dell SecureWorks’ IR team leverages the CTU’s broad and deep global view of threat indicators during on-site engagements. Armed with the latest intelligence, responders can eradicate threats with surgical precision.
“It’s nearly impossible for most organizations to completely resolve a security breach on their own. It requires expertly trained and experienced personnel with deep insight into threat actors and their tradecraft. Using insights gained from the Dell SecureWorks CTU, SOC and IR teams, our responders can quickly and fully eradicate threats.”--Jeff Schilling, Director of the Incident Response Practice at Dell SecureWorks “Companies have been increasingly seeking our Incident Response expertise because of our unified security capabilities, said Kevin Hanes, executive director of Security and Risk Consulting at Dell SecureWorks. “Our responders have access to intelligence before their boots even hit the ground so they can help organizations recover quickly from security breaches.” --Kevin Hanes, Executive Director of Security and Risk Consulting at Dell SecureWorks About Dell SecureWorks: Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL) listens to customers and delivers innovative technology and services that give them the power to do more. Recognized as an industry leader by top analysts, Dell SecureWorks provides world-class information security services to help organizations of all sizes protect their IT assets, comply with regulations and reduce security costs. For more information, visit www.dell.com/secureworks. Dell and SecureWorks are trademarks of Dell Inc. Dell disclaims any proprietary interest in the marks and names of others.