Many organizations are at a disadvantage when they come up against today's cyber criminals. On one side are the criminals: sophisticated, well-funded, adaptive - always looking for new tools, techniques, procedures, and vectors to breach networks. On the other side are the defenders, hampered by legacy security solutions that are no match for the criminals' advanced attacks.
Threat intelligence about the criminals and their methods can go a long way to help organizations level the playing field. But it's important to have the right kind of intelligence.
Download this white paper and learn:
- The misconception of intelligence - what to avoid;
- The three types of threat intelligence you need;
- What good threat intelligence should accomplish