Threat Intelligence: An evolving capability

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Max Brook - Research Analyst, ISF

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Once viewed as an expensive luxury, developments in threat intelligence have enabled the capability to move into the realm of quicker, real-time updates of an organisation’s threat landscape and potential threat events. However, threat intelligence can provide value only if it enables the business to take action. If skilfully crafted and employed, threat intelligence informs decisions and enables actions that equip an organisation to react not only to today’s threats, but also to prepare for tomorrows. Join Max Brook, Research Analyst at the ISF, as he draws from his experiences in writing the latest ISF Threat Intelligence report, to get to the core of what intelligence really is and explore how you can develop and maintain an effective threat intelligence capability – helping your organisation to understand the threats you face, and make well-informed decisions about how to address them. Protect your data and defend against cybercriminals. Download your FREE ISF cyber security awareness month resource kit today - https://bit.ly/3r0kHPs

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