Insider Threat Detection Datasheet

What hidden threats are lurking under the surface of your code?

We take an innovative, systematic approach to neutralize potential malicious code before it can be activated to trigger an attack or exfiltrate data.

Dive deeper into your code

We combine source code review (SAST) and binary scanning to uncover any code in any part of a software system or script that may appear normal but actually is intended to cause undesired effects such as security breaches or damage to a system.

  1. Understand
    Our experts conduct client interviews to understand the SDLC and vulnerability management program.
  2. Analyze 
    Our experts analyze the binary or source code through SAST using our own tools to identify points of interest. They also conduct a manual analysis to determine if the points of interest contain potentially malicious code.
  3. Recommend
    At the end, we compile a final report with points of interest suspected of containing malicious code and a suspicion rating for each. Finally, we provide recommendations to help you choose the best way to resolve them.

The greatest danger to your software may not be the threats you can see—but the ones you can’t.

We’ll help you uncover

  • Backdoors
  • Cross-organization insider threat actors (aka malicious developers)
  • Rootkit-like behavior
  • Suspicious constructs in production binaries, configurations, and data
  • Time bombs
  • Trojan horses

Our Insider Threat Detection enables you to...

  1. Find suspicious constructs in production binaries, configurations, and data.
  2. Identify malicious code that typical security tools won’t find because there are no vulnerability markers.
  3. Discover cross-organization insider threat actors (e.g., System Administrator and IT Operations, Configuration and Change Management, and Developer).
  4. Get expert advice on appropriate methods of malicious code management and typical vulnerability remediation strategies.

We’ll always guide you out of danger

  • Backdoors
  • Cross-organization insider threat actors (aka malicious developers)
  • Rootkit-like behavior
  • Suspicious constructs in production binaries, configurations, and data
  • Time bombs
  • Trojan horses