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Threat intelligence for healthcare: how to get the most out of your investment
Healthcare C-suite leaders are facing challenging times. This is the most breached sector globally, accounting for 24% of all cases investigated by Verizon. Valuable patient data, mission critical but exposed digital endpoints and strict compliance requirements all add to the cybersecurity challenge. This is where threat intelligence (TI) can...
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Effective threat intelligence for the financial sector
Financial sector CISOs and security teams face a tough challenge. They need to keep the organization  safe from the huge volume of indiscriminate threats that are unfortunately the price of doing business on the internet today. But they must also ensure they’re as resilient as possible to targeted, sophisticated...
Why threat intelligence help CISOs make better security decisions
In just a few short years, the discipline of threat intelligence (TI) has grown from something on the cutting edge of cybersecurity, to a must-have feature for any CISO serious about effectively managing online risk. Allowing organizations to finally move from a reactive to a proactive posture, it can...
Top 10 Criteria for Buying the Best Threat Intelligence Solutions
CISOs are busy people. The chances are you’re balancing a variety of tasks: from communication with the board, to managing incident response, organization-wide training strategies, and a growing regulatory compliance burden driven by the GDPR and EU NIS Directive. This leaves little time to spend on due diligence to...
How to choose the right Threat Intelligence for your organization
Today’s CISOs face an unprecedented range of pressures. They are tasked with creating the secure foundation on which the success of boardroom-led digital transformation efforts rest. They must manage a growing volume and variety of risks across networks, applications, clouds, endpoints, servers and supply chains. And they must do...
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What is Threat Intelligence and why is it important?
Index Introduction What threat intelligence isn’t ‘Data’ ‘Information’ What threat intelligence is? Gathering Processing and actionable delivery Integration, visualization and dissemination Categories of threat intelligence Tactical Operational Strategic When to use threat intelligence Before an attack During an attack After an attack The benefits of real-time, dynamic threat intelligence...
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4 Strategies to bolster your 2017 security posture
Is your business prepared for a cyber threat? Here are some considerations to help you understand the important dynamics of your security posture strategies: End users are the number one security risk in any organization Your security strategy needs to be adaptable to a changing threat landscape BYOD, 3rd-party...
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Avoid the cost and headache of leaked data (here’s how)
“Leaked data falls into 4 types,” says Peter Gordon from SANS Institute: confidential information, intellectual property, customer data and health records. Data leakage, however, is not limited to deliberate efforts of cyber espionage. In fact, a surprising amount of it tends to be the result of human error–well into...
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Some tricks look like treats: using Threat Intelligence to improve your cyber threat visibility
Social engineering techniques date back to classical mythology. Social engineering can take many different forms, yet the basic concept hasn’t evolved since the Ancient Greeks deployed the Trojan horse. And as cyber security professionals, Trojan is a term we reference nearly every day. So why, in 2016, do we...
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From the Break Room to the Board Room: creating a culture of cyber security in the workplace – a start-up’s perspective
This October, we’re supporting National Cyber Security Awareness Month as an official champion. NCSAM is celebrated every October and marks a collaborative effort between government and industry to ensure every American has the resources they need to stay safer and more secure online. No matter how many faces fill...
Adaptive Security Model
Possible approaches to adaptive security
Traditional approaches to integrating cyber threat intelligence into an adaptive security model have relied very heavily on utilizing open source threat intelligence feeds and integrating these into a SIEM. The thinking behind this may have well been that the crowd-sourced threat intelligence is just as good if not better...
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Fast and affordable threat intelligence for MSSP
Rapidly changing threat vectors are too overwhelming for most medium-sized and large businesses to take on alone. They lack qualified, dedicated cyber threat intelligence professionals, because these resources are scarce and costly. They typically rely on specialized MSSPs to establish an effective, strategic response to current cyber threats. With Blueliv...
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Cyber Security Trends 2016: Prevention, defence and reaction are priorities
The complexity of cyber threats will keep on growing so that traditional security measures will be unable to reduce them. CISOs will be forced to rethink on how to operate in the cyberspace and to adapt resilience to this new situation. There will be new threats and highly sophisticated attacks...
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Actionable Approach to Fighting Cybercrime using Cyber Threat Intelligence
Cyber Defense Magazine has recently published the following article of Dennis Lee, Territory Manager North America at Blueliv. Organizations are finding themselves in a world where having defensive controls like a firewall, secure datacenter and stringent security policies is simply not enough. In 2014, we’ve seen companies like JP Morgan Chase, Sony...
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