Why Cyber Threat Intel Researchers Need Dark Web Access

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SANS Analyst and Rendition Infosec founder, Jake Williams, and Head of Special Services at Authentic8, Nick Espinoza

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In the interview "Why CTI Researchers Need Dark Web Access," SANS Analyst and Rendition Infosec founder, Jake Williams, and Head of Special Services at Authentic8, Nick Espinoza, discuss various data sets in the open, deep, and dark web that help researchers. Jake and Nick talk about where on the internet, CTI researchers can find high-value data while staying secure and anonymous. Both refer to a 2020 survey taken by 338 cyber threat intelligence practitioners about the platforms, processes, and solutions used by them in the collection and management of OSINT related information. View the results in the Webinar "Cyber Threat Intelligence Report 2020," also published on Authentic8's BrightTALK channel.

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