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Make threat intelligence meaningful: A 4-point plan

Discussion in 'Network World' started by RSS, Mar 3, 2016.

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    With data breaches grabbing headlines nearly every week, threat intelligence is shaping up as the next big thing in information security. That, of course, means there’s more hype and confusion to sift through.

    Promises of silver bullets run rampant in information security. Buy an appliance to keep the bad guys out of the network. Deploy this platform and kiss zero-day attacks good-bye. Invest in this other service for a single pane of glass that tells you exactly what's going on in your network.

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    Now, throw threat intelligence into the mix: subscribe to these feeds and detect breaches before anything bad can happen! While the idea that threat intelligence can help improve enterprise security is a sound one, precious little attention is paid to how these systems can succeed.

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