Four Best Practices To Maximize The Value Of Using And Sharing Threat Intelligence
October 30, 2013
Why Read This Report
Threat intelligence continues to dominate both the headlines and the attention of security and risk (S&R) professionals looking for viable options in their escalating battle against advanced cybercriminals and other threat actors. However, the promise of threat intelligence hasn't lived up to operational reality. Distilling and acting on truly valuable intelligence is a challenge for large and small organizations alike. In this report, Forrester recommends four best practices to overcome these challenges and take the program to the next level as a strategic component in your cyberarsenal.
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Table of Contents
- Threat Actors Continue To Outpace S&R Pros' Defenses
- Four Best Practices To Use And Share Threat Intelligence Effectively
- Threat Intel Must Support The Achievement Of Business Outcomes
- Supplemental Material
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