Threat Intelligence on a budget: using Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) wisely

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Gareth Haken, Senior Analyst, ISF

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As cyber threats continue to grow in both potency and scale, staying one step ahead of the attackers can make all the difference. Threat intelligence can be a key ally in the fight to not only predict future attacks but also detect current attacks and respond accordingly to minimise impact. Whilst threat intelligence can be costly or difficult to produce, one particular source of threat information is both freely available and rich in content. During this webinar, Gareth Haken, Senior Analyst at the ISF, will be talking about Open Source Intelligence (OSINT), its applicability to threat intelligence, the potential benefits and also the challenges and pitfalls that it may bring.

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