If you’ve landed on this page, chances are high that you are a business owner looking to secure your company assets and protect yourself against cyber attacks.
Good for you.
But how should you go about protecting yourself? After all, there is so much information out there. Just type “best cybersecurity practices to follow” into Google and you’ll get about 26,500,000 results.
But that’s the problem with information.
Information is unfiltered, unverified, and therefore, ultimately unactionable. Once it has undergone the vetting process, however, it becomes intelligence.
And intelligence is a pivotal aspect of an information security program.
Threat intelligence particularly can be a fundamental aspect of a well-rounded information security program.
Without threat intelligence, your security program is limited to either being reactive to attacks you’ve already fallen victim to. Or perhaps even worse, implementing strategies blindly without a clear vision of how those work together to harden your systems.
I say the latter is worse for several reasons.
Threat intelligence not only identifies threats cropping up across the globe, but it can be tailored to your industry or target of choice.Threat intelligence not only identifies threats cropping up across the globe, but it can be tailored to your industry or target of choice.Click To Tweet
Threat intelligence should be used to:
Needless to say, threat intelligence is paramount to securing your business and forming a successful information security program.
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