Silos happen. In many security organizations, threat intelligence analysts and incident responders work in different teams, use different tools, and have gaps in how they communicate and collaborate. These fragmented silos of data, technology, and people are pervasive, and increase overall risk.
While Threat Intelligence promises to anticipate and prevent cyberthreats, it is often run in isolation, hindering real-time sharing of threat data, and delaying response to emerging threats. And when threat intel is shared, it typically takes too long, provides too much extraneous information, and lacks the context required by downstream decision makers.
It's time to break through silos and bring together multiple teams, security disciplines, and tools through orchestration, automation, and better human collaboration.
Join security experts from Cyware for an interactive discussion of practical strategies and real-world case studies of SOC teams connecting the dots across tools and effectively integrating threat intelligence into security operations. Topics will include:
• How to connect people, technology, and data across security silos
• The need to orchestrate security tools, cloud apps, and data sources
• Ways to effectively consolidate, and prioritize threat and incident data
• How threat intelligence can be used to build better detection rules
• Getting the right information to the right people, right away
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