Most security teams routinely leverage external threat intelligence, such as open-source feeds and commercial threat information from cyberthreat intelligence (CTI) providers. However, intelligence may not always be relevant and applicable in the organization’s specific environment since the intelligence source may not align with the organisation’s own threat model. These challenges must be addressed to unlock the full potential of CTI programmes. Organisations must utilize threat information from both external and internal sources, e.g., commercial and open-source CTI in combination with self-generated intelligence based on own data.
On 8 February 2024 join VMRay and ISC2 at 1:00 p.m. GMT as we delve into proven methods for customizing threat intelligence to bolster your organization's defenses. In this session, we will:
- Explore how to tailor threat intelligence, making it more relevant to your organization’s specific challenges
- Underscore the importance of in-house threat analysis in fortifying CTI capabilities
- Examine how to effectively harness external resources, such as threat feeds and repositories, to gain a comprehensive understanding of the threat landscape
- Provide insights on the relationship between threat actors and malware families, and how this knowledge can be leveraged to anticipate and mitigate potential threats