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todayFebruary 11, 2020

Uncategorized Gabriel Garban

FEW CONSIDERATIONS OVER AN EFFICIENT PASSWORD POLICY

In many cases, passwords are the primary line of defense protecting user accounts from being hijacked in an ATO attack. With the right policies and parameters in place to ensure strong, unique passwords, this defense can be quite effective. According to a 2019 survey by Google, a staggering 65% of [...]

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Cyber Threat Intelligence

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Cyber threat intelligence is what cyber threat information becomes once it has been collected, evaluated in the context of its source and reliability, and analyzed through rigorous and structured tradecraft techniques by those with substantive expertise and access to all-source information. Like all intelligence, cyber threat intelligence provides a value-add to cyber threat information, which reduces uncertainty for the consumer, while aiding the consumer in identifying threats and opportunities. It requires that analysts identify similarities and differences in vast quantities of information and detect deceptions to produce accurate, timely, and relevant intelligence.

WHAT IS DOING GLOBAL CYBER VISION FOR CYBER THREAT INTELLIGENCE?

Cyber threat intelligence is the end result of cyber threat analysis. It is a collection of finding that can be used to take action and defend against threats. Rather than manually grant or deny access, track malicious threats, and record previously identified malefactors, cyber threat intelligence allows for automated universal actions. For instance, if a file has been identified as malicious, it can immediately be blocked across all networks globally.

By investing in cyber threat intelligence, businesses can access massive threat databases that can exponentially improve the efficacy of their solutions. At the end of the day, security solutions are only as strong as the threat intelligence that powers them.