NAICS CODES 518210, 541690, 541330, 611430, 611420

Quevera is meeting the challenge of a growing number of threats to national security and defense by responding with efficiency and precision. We work within the dynamic landscape, with skilled analysts who interpret large amounts of data to find answers for our customers.

Key Functions

  • Increase speed of decisions and increase analyst efficency and accuracy with advanced analysis capabilities.
  • Perform multi-dimensional visual analysis by quickly uncovering hidden patterns and relationships in contrasting data.
  • Support flexible and responsive missions with a wide array of customizable analytic requirements.
  • Synthesize and place intelligence information in context, and draw insights about the possible implications.
  • Evaluate data/information from one or multiple sources to conduct IPB/IPOE, respond to requests for information, and submit intelligence collection and production requirements in support of planning operations.

Key Services

  • 1. TACTICAL THREAT INTELLIGENCE
    Analysts continuously evaluate publicly available high and critical vulnerabilities for potential weaponization. They support defense of the network by aggregating relevant Indicators of Compromise (IOCs) for signature development. Analysts leverage scripting to develop tools for automation of daily tasks to maximize productivity.
  • 2. OPERATIONAL THREAT INTELLIGENCE
    Analysts leverage open and closed source threat repositories to assist in potential incidents of compromise. They utilize their knowledge base of cyber threat actor tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) to help characterize actor intent and provide insight into the capabilities of an adversary in the event of a compromise.
  • 3. STRATEGIC THREAT INTELLIGENCE
    Analysts holistically assess the long-term geopolitical landscape and its evolving impact on the cyber domain. This can include periodic assessment of national priorities, interests, and offensive cyber capabilities of adversary nations.