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Threat intelligence programs lack context experts say

Discussion in 'CSO' started by RSS, Feb 29, 2016.

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    SAN FRANCISCO - This week during the annual RSA conference in San Francisco, organizations from around the globe will be looking at the latest advancements on the security front.

    For most attendees, threat intelligence will be this year's topic of interest. Unfortunately, most of what's being sold as threat intelligence isn't very smart, and organizations are paying hand over fist for data they can find in their own logs.

    In a perfect world, threat intelligence should be an analysis of a given threat based on multiple data sources, which helps an organization predict threats that align with their own threat model. But that isn't always the case these days.

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