QUOINT | THREAT INTELLIGENCE SERVICE

Our Finished Intelligence, Tailor-made for Your Organization

QuoINT successfully supplies decision makers with actionable intelligence, enabling customers to proactively close enterprise security gaps, detect and prevent security threats, and reduce the overall cyber risks.

The European Threat Intelligence Provider

QuoINT headquarters is located in Frankfurt, Germany. We are also incorporated in Maryland, USA. The geographic distribution of our analysts guarantees a follow-the-sun business continuity model.

Communicating Intelligence Without Language Barriers

Our multi-cultural team natively speaks English, German, Italian, Spanish, French and Turkish, and use those languages to communicate with our customers around the world.

Service Offering

Finished Intelligence

  • What is happening?

  • How could this impact me?

  • How could I minimize the risk?

Digital Risk Protection

  • Are threat actors abusing my brand?

  • Are my confidential data exposed?

  • If so, what can I do? Can I remove it?

Intelligence-driven Exercises

  • How likely will this specific threat breach me?

  • How much will it cost me?

  • Are my Incident Response procedures prepared against this specific threat?

 

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Analytic Production Catalog

Estimates. Estimative analyses aim at forecasting future outcomes. Estimates are the most comprehensive analytical products, and include all the analytic requirements of the other product types.

Product Examples: Threat Landscape, Opportunity Analysis, Red Cell Analysis

Assessments. Evaluative analyses aim at estimating the likelihood of certain events to materialize and how clients can reduce the risk posed by the related threats.
Briefs. Explanatory analyses aim at identifying the cause/effect of a particular issue by taking extreme care in explaining why something happened, explore the how it happened, and propose a suggested course of action.

Product Examples: Threat Assessment, Attack Attribution, Threat Actor Profiling

Bulletins. Concise and descriptive analysis raising awareness on current threats, highlighting patterns and identifying trends.
Data/Information Feed. Structured data, tagged and classified. Available via REST API

Product Examples: Weekly Intelligence Snapshots, Warnings, Indicators of Compromise feeds

Intelligence Products Sample

Weekly Intelligence Snapshots

Audience Role: Management; Audience Sector: Cross-Sector; Frequency: Weekly; Type: Bulletin

Weekly Intelligence Snapshots contain the information that Executives in different industry sectors should be aware of. The weeklies cover notable events in the Cyber and Geopolitics fields which occurred in the last seven calendar days, as well as highlights events scheduled for the following seven calendar days. This intelligence product covers both open source (OSINT) findings and QuoINT internal investigatons. The collected and reported OSINT is processed, validated, and reviewed by our analysts who then provide their comment reporting their opinion-based findings.

Golden Chicken MaaS: Uncovering New Tools and Targeted Attacks against Financial Payment Services

Audience Role: Analysts; Audience Sector:Financial, Gov/LEA; Type: Assessment

QuoScient’s Intelligence Operations Team (QuoINT) has identified a new malware family and attack activities originating from the Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS) used by the Golden Chickens (GC) threat actors, which is a threat actor family we firstly uncovered in 2018. The MaaS is advertised in the underground web by a cybercriminal known as REDACTED, who offers an ecosystem of malware and network infrastructure that supports clients at every stage of their attacks.

Threats to Smart Cities

Audience Role: Management; Audience SectorCross-Sector; Type: Bulletin

Smart cities affects almost all areas of our everyday lives and encompasses a large number of industries from energy and the environment, transportation, health, supply and disposal, education and society.  All innovations of a smart city also offer innumerable attack surfaces and exploitable targets for threat actors, because of low levels of protection and security for any kind of smart devices, networks and buildings.

This lack of high-level protection and security measures results in extremely vulnerable devices and buildings connected to more networks, that are often not monitored by traditional network security controls. These gaps represent a clear opportunity for threat actors looking for exploitable targets.

How TIBER-EU Can Help Financial Institutions Manage Cyber Risk

Audience Role: Management; Audience Sector:Financial; Type: White Paper

 

The European Central Bank in May 2018 published new guidance aimed at helping financial infrastructures and institutions create simulations of cyber-attacks that closely resemble those in the real world. Threat Intelligence-Based Ethical Red Teaming (TIBER-EU) supports European and national authorities in conducting the tests, which should be applied to investment and commercial banks, payment systems, central counterparties, exchanges and others (collectively referred to as entities). The test is designed to be based on threat intelligence specific to individual entities and to mimic the tactics, techniques and procedures of real-life threat actors.

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