HUNT - Advanced Cyber Threat HUNTing.

Advanced Cyber Threat Hunting

The next evolution in cybersecurity

In 2013, we were the first to introduce the concept of cyber threat HUNTing (HUNT) as one of the core services our cybersecurity providers would offer to commercial markets. These tactics were originally developed for national defense and security. This adds a new approach to cybersecurity by allowing us to not only rely on software and appliances alone. Threat HUNTing allows us to utilize new, proactive tactics, procedures, and techniques to find, identify, and remove threats from proprietary networks.

HUNT - Advanced Cyber Threat HUNTing.

Agentless detection and response

Threat hunting in stealth mode

Remote interactive interrogation

Identify and eliminate threats around the globe with the push of a button

Application programming interface (API)

Integrate hunt analytics to power continuous security

HUNT CyberSecurity Services

In 2013, we first introduced the concept of cyber threat HUNTing (HUNT) as one of our cybersecurity services to commercial markets. This methodology, originally developed for national defense, takes a new approach to Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) security and cybersecurity as a whole. Rather than relying on software and appliances alone, threat HUNTing incorporates new, proactive tactics, techniques, and procedures to identify and eliminate threats from proprietary networks.

HUNT, powered by our ORION platform, proactively and preemptively identifies and counters adversaries that may already reside in your enterprise. Our experienced HUNT operators stealthily patrol your networks to identify signs of adversary activity and execute actions to neutralize them. We provide in-depth reporting and analytics

We recognize that on the sending end of every attack is a thinking human being capable of evading even the most advanced technology. The only way to counter this threat is to introduce a human defender capable of thinking like and stopping the adversary.


66% of organizations view insider threats
as the most likely attack vector.
The average cost of a negligent insider is
Not all insider threats are alike 30%
of companies are primarily concerned with negligence.
The average cost of a malicious insider is

74% of companies feel they are vulnerable to insiders threats.