Need Some Tips on TIPs?POSTED BY LIZ BUSH
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Is your organization one of the many that is in the process of establishing its own threat intelligence operations, building Security Operations Centers (SOCs), incident response (IR) capabilities and threat intelligence teams? If so, it’s likely you’ve acquired multiple data feeds, from commercial sources, open source, industry and your existing security vendors – each in a different format. All that data is great but now you may be wondering how to programmatically sift through mountains of disparate global data to actually use it. Without the right resources, massive amounts of data can quickly become more noise, potentially generating significant false positives.
To use threat intelligence more productively, organizations are investing in a threat intelligence platform (TIP). In fact, some of your industry colleagues may already be seeing value in a TIP simply by aggregating all of their global threat data into a central repository for sharing. But that’s just scratching the surface of what a TIP can do for you. A threat intelligence platform can accelerate security operations, and that’s when the value really emerges. It can help you to understand and act upon the highest priority threats you face, while enabling you to get more from your existing resources – technology and people.
Evaluating TIPs can quickly become overwhelming as there are several criteria to consider. So, we’ve put together a guide to help you navigate the process and find the right threat intelligence platform company to meet your specific requirements and deliver the most value.
This guide will help you:
- Identify the essential capabilities you need in a TIP
- Evaluate TIPs based on core technology and business considerations
- Know what questions to ask threat intelligence platform companies so you can make a smart investment
As you look to establish your own threat intelligence operations and select a threat intelligence platform company to partner with, you need to make the best decision for your organization. This guide can help. Download it now to get started.