Threat hunting is an aggressive tactic that works from the premise of the “assumption of the breach;” that attackers are already inside an organization’s network and are covertly monitoring and moving throughout it. This may seem far-fetched, but in reality, attackers may be inside a network for days, weeks and even months on end, preparing and executing attacks such as advanced persistent threats, without any automated defense detecting their presence. Threat hunting stops these attacks by seeking out covert indicators of compromise (IOCs) so they can be mitigated before any attacks achieve their objectives.
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