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More than 80 percent of cybersecurity professionals polled by SANS (PDF) say that threat intelligence is providing them value.
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We all know that security teams are drowning in a sea of alerts, largely driven by a defense-in-depth strategy with layers of protection that aren’t integrated and create a massive amount of logs and events.
This is the first year that international partner countries of the Ministry of Defense have been invited to play a role in a DEFNET event. ThreatQuotient’s threat intelligence platform, ThreatQ™, will be utilized by all delegations’ military personnel during their DEFNET exercises throughout the 10-day event.
The recent SANS 2018 Cyber Threat Intelligence Survey (PDF) finds 81% of cybersecurity professionals affirm that threat intelligence is providing value and helping them do their jobs better.
As organizations look to better protect themselves from such attacks, they may think more threat intelligence will help. But organizations typically have more threat intelligence than they know what to do with.
“I’d like a half caff, tall, soy, vanilla cappuccino, extra hot.” We’ve all heard orders like these at Starbucks. We may even be the person placing them! But the fact is, we’ve become accustomed to getting things our way and when it comes to coffee, the barista makes sure our expectations are met.
ThreatQuotient’s threat intelligence platform, ThreatQ, will serve as the cornerstone of NTT Security’s new threat intelligence services offering.
ThreatQuotient’s threat intelligence management platform has been operational since the summer. Usage of its output has yet to become standard, but the first benefits can already be seen.
Over the next five years, the threat intelligence market is predicted to grow more than 18% a year and reach nearly $9 billion by 2022. This growth is largely fueled by a fact we’ve all come to live with: we can’t block every attack.