Project Description


Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) is an aimed, stealth and continuous attack or a set of hacking processes on a specific target with the intention to compromise the system and most probably to gain information from or about that target.

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  • “Advanced” signifies deep techniques to exploit vulnerabilities in systems.
  • “Persistent” identifies monitoring systems continuously –probably with an external command and control system-.
  • “Threat” indicates the intention of the attacker in orchestrating the attack.
  • Our APT detection service is to detect the stealthiest attacks by
    • monitoring networks continuously to identify APT breaches,
    • collecting, normalizing and correlating data from network and servers,
    • examining the analytics to identify the patterns, behaviours and characterising the attack,
    • creating alerts to take action immediately.

    Other service we deliver is APT simulation testing to quantify your systems’ reaction to attacks.  Our test methodology is based on an orchestrated assessment emulating adversarial tools, tactics, techniques and procedures of more than thirty-five tracked APT campaigns.

Chinese hackers have stolen the plans of F35 in several months.

Courses and Services


Metropolitan Police, HSBC, University of Cambridge, Citibank, New York University and more

Contact Info

17 Green Lanes, London, England, N16 9BS

Phone: +44 20 3290 6271

Web: Hacker Academy

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