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Breach Data | Malware Analysis | Endpoint Bypass | Threat Hunting

Our comprehensive security offering incorporates key components: breach data analysis, Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) bypass, malware analysis and threat hunting, delivering a robust defense against advanced cyber threats. Our breach data analysis employs sophisticated intelligence gathering techniques to search for company data on both the dark web and open platforms.

Breach Data 

The importance of an organization's awareness to breach data for can not be overstated. Many times an organization's first indication of a breach is that data being available on the dark web. In today's digital landscape, data breaches present significant risks to an organization's sensitive information. Understanding breach data is crucial for your business for a multitude of reasons.

  • Breach data refers to sensitive information that has been compromised due to a security breach. It includes personally identifiable information (PII), financial data, authentication credentials, and more. By being informed about breach data, you can:

  • Mitigate risks by implementing robust security controls

  • Ensure compliance with data protection regulations and breach notification requirements.

  • Maintain customer trust and protect your reputation

Kaiju Security is committed to supporting you in protecting your valuable data assets and maintaining a secure environment. Part of this is ensuring that your data, isn't being proliferated without your knowledge. 


Malware Analysis

Although Kaiju Security does not perform true incident response, we do offer the ability to break down any malware found on a system. That typically includes the following: 

  • Malware Type and Classification: Malware analysis helps determine the specific type or category of malware, such as viruses, worms, Trojans, ransomware, or spyware. Classification assists in understanding the purpose, behavior, and potential risks associated with the malware.

  • Infection and Propagation Methods: Analysis reveals how the malware infects systems and propagates itself. This knowledge helps in identifying vulnerabilities or entry points that the malware exploits to gain unauthorized access.

  • Payload and Functionality: Malware analysis provides insights into the payload and functionality of the malicious software. It reveals what actions the malware performs on an infected system, such as data exfiltration, remote control, or unauthorized system modifications.

  • Persistence Mechanisms: Malware often employs techniques to ensure its persistence on an infected system, enabling it to survive reboots or attempts at removal. Malware analysis helps identify the methods employed for persistence, such as modifying system startup files, creating registry entries, or using rootkit techniques.

  • Communication and Command-and-Control (C2) Infrastructure: Analysis can uncover communication methods and protocols used by the malware to interact with remote servers or command-and-control infrastructure. This information aids in identifying the network traffic patterns and destinations associated with the malware.

  • Anti-Detection and Anti-Analysis Techniques: Malware may employ various evasion techniques to avoid detection by antivirus software and hinder analysis. Through analysis, these evasion techniques can be identified, allowing security professionals to develop countermeasures and improve detection capabilities.

  • Indicators of Compromise (IOCs): By analyzing malware samples, kaiju can extract IOCs, such as file names, file hashes, IP addresses, domains, or patterns of behavior. These IOCs can be used to identify and detect the presence of the malware across systems and networks.

  • Attribution and Malware Campaigns: Advanced malware analysis may help establish connections to known threat actors or specific malware campaigns. This assists in understanding the broader context, motivations, and potential targeted sectors or industries.


Endpoint Bypass

Every assessment Kaiju does is unique to your organization's environment. Kaiju tests your organization's security by crafting attacks that are 100% specific to your network. These attacks contribute to your organization's security posture in the following ways: 

  • Identify Vulnerabilities: Endpoint bypass testing helps identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses in the organization's endpoint security controls. By simulating real-world attack scenarios, the testing can uncover gaps in protection that may be exploited by attackers.

  • Evaluate Security Posture: Provides insights into whether the deployed security measures can withstand and detect sophisticated attacks.

  • Validate Controls and Policies: Organizations can verify the effectiveness of implemented security controls, policies, and configurations. 

  • Enhance Incident Response: By understanding potential bypass techniques, organizations can refine their incident detection and response processes, reducing the time taken to detect and mitigate threats.

  • Enhance Security Awareness: Testing provides an opportunity to educate employees about the potential risks and attack techniques that can bypass endpoint security controls. It raises security awareness among staff, promoting a proactive security mindset and encouraging best practices.

  • Optimize Endpoint Protection Investments: By identifying vulnerabilities and weaknesses, organizations can make informed decisions on investments in endpoint security solutions. Endpoint bypass testing helps evaluate the effectiveness of existing solutions and identify areas where additional measures or upgrades may be needed.

  • Stay Ahead of Evolving Threats: Threat actors constantly evolve their attack techniques. Endpoint bypass testing keeps organizations proactive by challenging their security controls against the latest attack vectors and tactics, helping to stay ahead of emerging threats.



Threat Hunting

Threat hunting is a proactive cybersecurity practice where oKaiju Security actively searches for and identifies threats or potential security incidents. It allows for the early detection of advanced and stealthy attacks that may evade traditional security measures. By investing in threat hunting, organizations can reduce dwell time, enhance incident response, strengthen their security posture, and improve overall threat intelligence. It enables a proactive approach to cybersecurity, ensuring that threats are detected and mitigated before they cause significant damage, and enhances the organization's ability to meet compliance requirements and manage risks effectively.



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