Companies can no longer mitigate every potential threat and patch every vulnerability. The threat landscape is too vast and fast-moving and enterprise IT environments are too diverse and dynamic. To help prioritise threat management, organisations are integrating cyber threat intelligence as an essential part of their strategy for mitigating risk and remediating fraud. The desired outcome is informed decisions and a sound, cost-effective risk mitigation strategy based on the potential impact that any one threat can have on organisations’ IT assets, sensitive data and critical production systems.
This white paper outlines four critical elements of cyber security intelligence that organisations must meet to ensure that the integration of the intelligence will help improve the safety and profitability of businesses. Additionally, this paper includes four case studies showcasing the risks of unfiltered and unsubstantiated intelligence and specific questions to ask when determining the best approach for an overall risk-mitigation strategy.
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