Chase Cunningham, Kurtis Minder, Rick Holland, Chris Camacho, Allan Liska, John Grim
Find out what happens…when intel analysts stop being polite…and start getting real.
Today’s typical enterprise security team subscribes to at least four, often more, intelligence feeds, which analysts must comb through to find relevant information for operationalization. As a result, most threat intel has become “yet another tool to manage.” It’s simply not practical to expect every security organization to be able to hire threat intelligence analysts to make sense out of the feeds. Vendors need to deliver “threat-analyst-in-a-box” capabilities, so intelligence can be operationalized with minimal intervention.
In this session, a blue-chip panel of cyber threat experts will discuss the state of current threat intel offerings, and dive into the future of this space to help you understand how it will evolve to meet the needs of enterprise security teams. They will discuss how the next generation of threat intelligence will conform to the conventions of government intelligence operations, where the right information goes to the right people and systems in the right form factor.
Attendees will learn:
Why general-purpose threat intelligence won’t cut it and how it needs to be customized to each organization’s risk profile.
What enterprises need to do to make the market mature in this evolving industry.
How to take the right approach to threat intelligence and big data.