How threat intelligence accelerates advanced threat detection

Mikael Mörk & Magnus Lundgren, from Recorded Future, share how to empower security analysts with SIEM Threat Intelligence.

 

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We strongly believe that Threat Intelligence automation is an aspect of cybersecurity that no one in charge of a network can afford to ignore.

The key to advanced threat detection is to understand your vulnerabilities and to have adequate experience and intelligence to mitigate threats. While indicators of real risk are often difficult to identify and prepare for each and every new threat is impossible, making the best use out of available intelligence sources will help your organisation to prioritise threats and broaden your armoury should it come down to an attack.

Threat intelligence automation, one aspect of a holistic cybersecurity strategy, helps you comprehend risks related to the most common and severe external threats, such as zero-day threats, advanced persistent threats, and exploits. It enables you to collect and analyze data on the latest threats from a wide range of sources. Threat intelligence information from security vendors, intelligence groups, and connections to your own network helps you fend off attacks by initiating security activities to stop malicious behavior and avoid incidents.

We strongly believe that Threat Intelligence automation is an aspect of cybersecurity that no-one in charge of a network can afford to ignore. Its role in network defense is now proven, and the threat data collected has an indisputable value for organizations. In effect, they give decision-makers a reliable basis to help confirm the benefits and consequences of their decisions.

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