Understanding the unique threat malicious code poses is half the battle. Once you understand it, you need to know how to eradicate it.
With thousands of new malware code exploits created daily, understanding the nature of the threat in your network is critical to eradicating it. Doing so can be complex without the proper expertise in-house, especially when dealing with new and emerging threats.
With SecureWorks Threat Intelligence support, you'll have direct access to our SecureWorks Counter Threat Unit™ (CTU™) security intelligence research team for guidance and consultation as needed. To determine the purpose and methods used by specific malware, you can request Custom Malware Analysis services from our experts.
Through SecureWorks' Malware Code Analysis service, if your environment has been affected by mobile malicious code of an unknown type, such as a "zero-day exploit," we attempt to reverse engineer the code to better understand its behavior and its impact to your systems and information.
Using advanced and proprietary computer forensic tools and techniques, our expert engineers are some of the best in the world at thoroughly dissecting malware from a security incident to determine its functionality, purpose, composition and source.
As part of our Malware Code Analysis service, our security experts provide you with a brief technical document outlining the results of their analysis. Our experts will offer an opinion on the malware code’s potential impact to your organization, and its effect on your networks, systems and information assets. Most importantly, our experts will detail recommendations for malware removal and recovery activities. The Malware Code Analysis service can be performed in concert with Incident Response services, should the incident warrant the need.
Malware code analysis also can be conducted remotely as a standalone service.
Malware Code Analysis Key Benefits:
- Tailored intelligence: receive intelligence that is specific to your environment
- Increase visibility: find out who may be specifically targeting your organization and why
- Reverse malware engineering: exceptional talent for malware analysis
- Access to elite threat intelligence: identify new tools, tactics and procedures of threat actors