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The Power of Cyber Threat Intelligence Feeds: A Deep Dive with Fitsec Ltd 

In the vast and ever-evolving world of cyber security, staying ahead of potential threats is not just a luxury—it’s a necessity. Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) has emerged as a crucial tool in this endeavour, with CTI feeds playing a pivotal role. 

What is Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI)?

Cyber Threat Intelligence is the collection and analysis of information about potential threats and adversaries. It provides a deeper understanding of the risks associated with cyber threats. 

How Can CTI Help Companies?

  • Proactive Defence: With insights from CTI, companies can proactively defend against threats rather than reacting after an incident has occurred.  
  • Informed Decision Making: CTI can provide the context needed for organizations to make informed decisions about their cyber security investments and strategies. 
  • Enhanced Incident Response: With real-time feeds and intelligence, incident response teams can quickly identify and mitigate threats. 
  • Risk Management: CTI helps organizations understand their threat landscape, allowing them to prioritize risks and allocate resources effectively. 
  • Stakeholder Communication: With clear intelligence, companies can communicate more effectively with stakeholders about potential risks and the measures taken to mitigate them. 

CTI encompasses various elements, including: 

  • Tactical Intelligence: This involves indicators of compromise (IOCs) like IP addresses, domain names, malware hashes etc. 
  • Operational Intelligence: This provides insights into specific attack campaigns, tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) of threat actors. 
  • Strategic Intelligence: This offers a broader view of the cyber threat landscape, focusing on long-term trends and emerging threats.

The Role of Feeds in CTI

Feeds are continuous streams of threat data collected from various sources. They can be: 

  • Open-Source Feeds: Data collected from public sources like blogs, news articles, and forums. 
  • Commercial Feeds: These are provided by specialized companies, often with a subscription fee, and offer curated and vetted information. 
  • Internal Feeds: Data generated from an organization’s internal security systems, like IDS/IPS, firewalls, and SIEMs. 
  • Community/Shared Feeds: Information shared among specific groups or communities, often within a particular industry.

Fitsec’s Contribution to the CTI Landscape 

Fitsec, with its long-standing experience in the field, has been a significant contributor to the CTI community. Our feeds are renowned for their accuracy, comprehensiveness, and relevance. By continuously monitoring the cyber landscape and analysing vast amounts of data, Fitsec provides actionable intelligence that can be directly integrated into an organization’s security infrastructure.

Fitsec Ltd’s Excellence in CTI Feeds 


Fitsec Ltd offers CTI feeds to combat a wide range of threats affecting your organization. Each feed serves a unique purpose: 

  • APT Feed: This focuses on Advanced Persistent Threats, which are prolonged and targeted cyberattacks. The APT feed provides data on these sophisticated threats, ensuring companies can defend against them effectively. The APT feed can be delivered in virtually any format and to any number of systems in your environment. 
  • DDOS Feed: DDoS attacks aim to overwhelm online services, rendering them unavailable. Fitsec’s DDOS feed offers insights into potential DDoS threats, allowing companies to prepare and mitigate risks. 
  • Sinkhole Feed: A sinkhole is a security tool that diverts malicious traffic away from its intended target. Fitsec’s Sinkhole feed provides actionable intelligence on hundreds of thousands of infected, malicious systems globally, offering a unique perspective on the threat landscape. 
  • Sandbox Feed: Sandboxing is a security mechanism used to run potentially malicious code in a safe environment. The Sandbox feed provides data on the latest threats, including malware C2 (command and control) servers.