5 STEPS TO MASTERING THE USE OF CYBER THREAT INTELLIGENCE
Automatically consolidate all sources of cyber threat intelligence – external and internal – into one location to achieve a single source of truth. Without aggregation, using cyber threat intelligence can become a laborious and unmanageable task.
Data is useless without context when you are trying to make rapid and informed decisions. Context provides better understanding of the threat and what it means to your environment.
Massive amounts of data can create an overwhelming amount of noise, making it difficult to focus on the intelligence which needs the most attention. Prioritization based on the parameters you set is critical to ensure relevance.
Collecting and analyzing cyber threat intelligence is important, but doesn’t help the organization until you can utilize it. Automatically applying curated threat data to your environment turns intelligence into better protection and mitigation.
Continuous threat assessment is crucial to keeping your defenses current. Cyber threat intelligence must be updated and enriched regularly in order to tune your threat library, stay focused on what matters and make better decisions.
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PRIORITIZE INTELLIGENCE THROUGH SCORING
Prioritization of cyber threat intelligence is a critical component because it sets the day-to-day pace, aligns teams to a mission and supports efficiency across resources. But, to be truly effective, the methodology needs to be customizable and the results transparent. Download the whitepaper to learn more.
ThreatQ for the Security Operations Center
Sifting through the noise, prioritizing analysis and response efforts, and actually using cyber threat intelligence to make valid decisions is extremely difficult. ThreatQ was designed to arm security operations center analysts with a platform that manages and enriches their cyber threat intelligence for them.
OPEN EXCHANGE PARTNERS AND INTEGRATIONS
The Open Exchange includes out-of-the-box integrations with most of the popular cyber threat intelligence feeds for external data, systems for enrichment and analysis, SIEM and log repositories to include internal data, as well as orchestration tools, ticketing systems and sensors, so you can use relevant intelligence to strengthen your defenses.