White Paper | 6 Steps to Driving Quantifiable Value From Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI)
How an Organization Decides to Use Cyber Threat Intelligence is Just as Important as Why
Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) is a broadly used term, but its value ultimately hinges upon the who, what, when, where, why and how it gets used. CTI can be a ‘firehose’ of information that — if not properly implemented — delivers little value. So, what is CTI really? Simply put, CTI is a six step process feedback loop developed to deliver quantifiable, and actionable intelligence to decision makers. However, CTI is actually far more complex than that because in order to be considered ‘intelligence’, it must be tailored to each organization — otherwise, it’s just information which may or may not be relevant.
Intelligence that is not actionable is nothing more than noise. Related, intelligence that does not support the needs of a decision maker has little to no value. Ultimately, procuring or producing actionable intelligence comes down to well defined requirements. This White Paper from zvelo details each step of the process to guide you in how and where to begin when it comes to leveraging CTI in a way to delivers tangible and quantifiable value to the key stakeholders within your organization.
Download the white paper now and get the 6 key elements most crucial to maximizing the value and effectiveness of cyber threat intelligence.