Cyber Intelligence

Cyber Intelligence can be defined as the tracking, analyzing, and countering of digital and cyber security threats. This type of cyber intelligence is a mixture if physical espionage and defense with modern information technology. Digitpol's Cyber Intelligence Team monitors the most serious threats and rogue actors, we collect Cyber Threat Intelligence 24/7.

Digitpol provides the ultimate in Cyber Intelligence for external and internal networks, we provide total protection for end points and 24/7 managed cyber security solutions with rapid incident response teams. We adopt the early detection and swift investigation approach which are critical to fending off attackers and responding to threats in real time by automated systems and hands on at managed services.

Digitpol's Cyber Security Team is combined with cyber security custom software and hardware solutions and Forensics and Investigation expertise, the combination gives our clients wide IT infrastructure visibility in realtime, advanced codified and forensic expertise and realtime rich intelligence and a response team 24/7.

Digitpol is a world wide Investigation agency with insights gained from front-line cyber crime and policing experience responding to the world’s most impactful threats. With Digitpol at hand we ensure that  have everything you need to rapidly detect, triage, investigate, and minimize the impact of attacks.


  • Exploring Common Threats to Cloud Security
    By: Morton Swimmer, Fyodor Yarochkin, Joey Costoya, Roel Reyes TREND MICRO RESEARCH. The adoption of the cloud has been steadily on the rise, not only among smaller companies that are looking for more cost-effective alternatives to physical infrastructure but also in large enterprises that want to take advantage of its flexibility.
  • Potent 'dark_nexus' IoT Botnet Emerges
    A recently identified Internet of Things (IoT) botnet has modules developed in a manner that makes it significantly more “potent and robust” than other IoT botnets, Bitdefender’s security researchers say. Dubbed dark_nexus and featuring a modular architecture, the threat shares some features with....
  • Google has banned the Zoom app from all employee computers over 'security vulnerabilities'
    Google has banned the use of Zoom on employees' computers, according to a new report. The company alerted employees last week that it would disable the service, citing security vulnerabilities. It's the latest, but not the first, company to ban Zoom across its business.
  • Taiwan bans its agencies from using Zoom over security concerns
    . Taiwan is reportedly one of the first governments to ban the use of Zoom by its agencies over the growing list of security and privacy issues. Bloomberg reports that the Taiwanese government banned its agencies from using Zoom as there are security issues.
  • More Zero-Day Exploits For Sale: Report
    Zero-day exploits are increasingly a commodity that advanced persistent threat groups can purchase and use to wage attacks, according to a report from security firm FireEye. The report says the number of attacks leveraging such exploits grew last year.
  • NA - USN-4318-1 - Linux kernel vulnerabilities
    A security issue affects these releases of Ubuntu and its derivatives: - Ubuntu 18.04 LTS - Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. Summary: Several security issues were fixed in the Linux kernel. Software Description: - linux: Linux kernel - linux-hwe: Linux hardware enablement (HWE) kernel.