Evolution of Cyber Threat Intelligence: Use Case in a Modern SOC



Tuesday 8th December, 2:30pm CET / 8:30am EST

ThreatQuotient, McAfee and Atos are collaborating again after the Cyber Social in July for the second webinar of the series: ‘Evolution of Cyber Threat Intelligence: Use Case in a Modern SOC’.

Threat data is overwhelming and unmanageable until processed into information. The implementation of cyber threat intelligence (CTI) has enabled the modern SOC to move from a reactive to a proactive cyber security posture.

In our webinar, we’ll discuss and demonstrate a use case in the modern SOC. Join us to discover more about these three key points:

  • How the modern day SOC, such as Atos, incorporates and applies CTI among its many other security tools to augment collaboration and automation
  • The necessity of deep integrations between products and the value added to the threat hunting process
  • How technologies like McAfee MVISION and ThreatQ threat intelligence platform (TIP) work together to implement security automation and improve defences


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Yann Le BorgneYann Le Borgne, Technical Director at ThreatQuotient

‘CTI management platforms, initially designed to overcome the heterogeneity and volume of external sources of threat intelligence have played a role in standardising external flows and automating their consumption within SOCs (and particularly SIEM).’


Martin OhlMartin Ohl, EMEA Solution Architect at McAfee

‘McAfee’s research, management platform and open architecture enable SOCs to get the best value out of CTI, promoting their resilience and enabling better risk management.’ 



Ben van DitmarsBen van Ditmars, Global Head CERT at Atos

‘The modern day SOC needs to incorporate CTI among their many other security tools. Atos believe end-to-end cybersecurity is essential along with the collaboration and automation it augments.’


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