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The Market Has a Threat Intelligence Problem
Despite vendor promises to the contrary and significant spending, security and intelligence teams find themselves in possession of threat data - not intelligence - leaving them unable to answer critical questions to combat motivated and sophisticated adversaries.

Unfortunately, there is a core problem in the “threat intelligence” market. Intelligence must be timely, actionable and relevant to the organization consuming it - a bar very little threat “intelligence” achieves. Most threat intelligence vendors pick a topic they believe they can answer, assemble a deep data lake, and sell data feeds or canned reports in a SaaS model at scale. Sometimes this aligns to a buyer's needs for common problem sets, but when it doesn’t, the vendor needs to work with their client to make it relevant to their unique situation or the buyer needs to self determine actionability and relevance.

Intelligence programs have a range of needs from risk monitoring, to tailored requests for information, to integrations with internal systems. In this webinar, we will discuss the evolution of threat intelligence solutions and services. Our experts will review the different business cases supported by threat intelligence and the need for more distinct, focused datasets. We will cover best practices related to the people, process, and technology necessary to optimize that data and build a successful threat intelligence program. And finally, we will discuss how threat intelligence has become vital to incident response and general security and risk efforts.

David Etue, CEO, Nisos
Neal Pollard, Former CISO UBS
A.J. Nash, Vice President of Intelligence, ZeroFox

Nov 10, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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