Agile Threat Intelligence for the Modern Threatscape

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Jon Oltsik (ESG) and Omer Carmi (Sixgill)

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Today’s security organizations simply cannot effectively manage the huge amount of data points they need to digest. Whether you are a financial institution trying to cope with the ever-increasing volumes of leaked credit cards, a hospital looking to patch its critical vulnerabilities or an enterprise hoping to prevent the next data breach- the current approach is becoming more obsolete by the minute. Threat Intelligence is a foundational cybersecurity component, yet too many organizations struggle with threat intelligence collection, processing, analysis, and response. To truly modernize their threat intelligence programs, CISOs must think creatively and not only address current challenges but also find ways to use threat intelligence more proactively through all cybersecurity processes and within all technology controls. Join Jon Oltsik, Senior Principal Analyst from ESG, and Omer Carmi, VP of Intelligence at Sixgill as they discuss the common challenges organizations encounter in their cyber-risk and threat management and creating the right mix of threat intelligence people, processes, and technologies. - Threat intelligence analysis and operationalization challenges - Why now, more than ever, you should introduce agility and modernize threat intelligence programs and methodologies - What’s needed in order to truly modernize your threat intelligence - Why creating an architecture built for integration is essential - and how to achieve it

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Sixgill is a cyber threat intelligence company that covertly and automatically analyzes Deep and Dark Web activity helping to detect and prevent cyber-attacks and sensitive data leaks before they occur. Utilizing advanced algorithms, Sixgill’s cyber intelligence platform provides organizations with continuous monitoring, prioritized real time alerts and actionable intelligence