BlogEXPERTS SHARING THEIR CYBER THREAT INTELLIGENCE INSIGHTS AND EXPERIENCES
At ThreatQuotient, we believe you cannot defend against what you do not understand, so threat intelligence is critical to ensure a SOAR platform is using the right data to execute the right actions.
The mapping of the MITRE framework data, summarized as threat information, is ultimately one of the main activities that an IT security department will undertake.
Adoption of threat hunting has jumped from 75% of organizations in 2018 to 85% of organizations in 2020.
When news of a widespread compromise breaks, the ThreatQ Platform helps understand and focus on what’s relevant to your organization, and operationalize that intelligence quickly to strengthen security posture.
When building a threat intelligence library, it is important to determine a methodology that covers all aspects of intelligence, ensuring what is created can be effectively used operationally, tactically, and strategically.
Threat intelligence has become the lifeblood of security operations. As new use cases emerge, it has become integral to leveraging teams, tools and processes more efficiently and effectively.
The ThreatQ platform takes a threat-centric approach to security operations because we believe you cannot defend against what you do not understand.
To help XDR solutions deliver on their promise, what’s needed is a platform focused on integration, serving as a central repository for data and intelligence from internal and external sources.
Joint customers get more value from their existing investments in Infoblox and ThreatQ. The integration eliminates time-consuming, manual and error-prone tasks.
The largest cybersecurity companies in the world, industry analysts and other security experts are talking about the emergence of XDR solutions.
During COVID-19 and the shift to a remote work environment, employees play an even greater role in helping to protect organizations against cyberattacks.
As we wrap up Cybersecurity Awareness Month, I had an opportunity to sit down with ThreatQuotient’s Security Operations Engineer, Aaron Louks.
Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2020 is about taking proactive steps to enhance cybersecurity at home and in the workplace.
Our approach to SOAR platforms starts with the threat because we believe you cannot defend against what you do not understand.
Even if you’re not a security professional, there are steps you can take to protect yourself and others from these types of attacks.
This month marks the 17th year of Cyber Security Awareness Month, which focuses on helping provide individuals with resources they need to stay safer and more secure online.
Cyber threat intelligence (CTI), risk management and privacy teams tend to work as siloed operations. But how can they come together – fusing processes and procedures – to achieve more?
One of the many capabilities that sets the ThreatQ platform apart from other security tools and technologies, is our large and adaptable set of integrations.