More data doesn’t always equal better prevention. It often feels like there is an arms race underway, with security operations and response professionals in the sights of an escalating amount of alerts and threat data, which can sometimes do more harm than good. You need a new outcome-driven approach to threat intelligence, with a focus on prevention and operationalizing action, versus simply adding more data.
Unit 42, the Palo Alto Networks® threat research team, is putting this new mindset into practice, discovering new malware families, campaigns and adversaries with the AutoFocus threat intelligence service. Join Ryan Olson, Intelligence Director for Unit 42, to see how his team uses AutoFocus to help automate research, hunting and security operations workflows. You will see real applications of threat intelligence, by one of the best teams in the industry, including:
--- How AutoFocus can help you scale detection and prevention efforts without additional, specialized security staff.
--- How to automate security analysis and response workflows with AutoFocus.
--- Real world use-cases from Unit 42’s research efforts.