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10 Myths About Cyber Threat Intelligence Separating Fact from Fiction

White Paper Published By: Cyveillance
Published:  Apr 10, 2015
Type:  White Paper
Length:  17 pages

In today’s security landscape, more vendors than ever are offering what is purported to be “threat intelligence.” Although security experts often have different definitions for this term, one thing many of them can agree on is that an intelligence-led approach to security – that is, putting threat intelligence to real-world use – is critical to protecting organizations. If the goal of an intelligence-led security strategy is to help organizations be more proactive in finding and preparing for threats to physical and digital assets, it’s crucial to define and understand exactly what threat intelligence means, and separate fact from fiction. In this whitepaper, we dispel some common myths about threat intelligence.

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myths, cyber, threat, intelligence, fact, fiction, big data, cloud, networking, security