Successfully predicting, preventing, detecting, responding, and recovering from cyber-attacks requires you to have in-depth knowledge of the attacker, their tactics, and their techniques. While most organizations operate with some level of threat intel, some still haven’t embraced automation as a way to operationalize intel for the validation of TTPs and IOCs against their security tools, teams, and techniques. Without these automated mechanisms, the value derived from organizational intel capabilities and security investments isn’t being maximized. As a result, the risk isn’t being minimized, and teams struggle to demonstrate competency.
Intelligence-led security not only puts . . .