This post explores Defense-in-Depth, a comprehensive strategy with a multi-layered approach to modern threat protection.
Threat intelligence is information and data which cybersecurity professionals use to prepare for, as well as to detect and protect organizations and end users from cyber attacks carried out by malicious threat actors.
Actionable threat data pertaining to an organization’s information systems, networks, or digital assets is intended to inform cybersecurity and threat teams about potential risks and existing or emerging threats. As cybercriminals continue to grow more sophisticated in their attack tactics, gathering and leveraging threat data is a critical element to protecting your infrastructure and assets against cyber attacks and building a proactive, rather than reactive, cyber defense strategy.
This post explores the integral role of threat intelligence in a Defense in Depth strategy and the necessity of high-quality threat data.
This post unpacks the criminal elements in the ransomware ecosystem: from developers and distributors to negotiators and even PR specialists.
Modern cyber risk management requires understanding ransomware. This post covers the basics from infiltration to extortion, as well as prevention and protection.
Part 1 in a series on how to evaluate threat feeds, this post focuses on the key areas to measure to help guide your decision making process.
Curated threat data delivers the true value of threat intelligence by offering the right data, accurately interpreted, and actionably presented.
Explore the top 5 reasons why high-quality, curated threat intelligence data is superior to raw threat data for adequate threat protection.
Attackers are turning up the heat with advanced TTPs like Adversary-in-the-Middle (AiTM) phishing attacks to steal session cookies and bypass MFA security.
OSINT vs Commercial Threat Intelligence – A high level overview weighing the pros and cons for each type of threat feed.
As we explore the critical role of data in powering the SASE solutions suite, this post focuses on the Firewall-as-a-Service for Next-Gen Firewall functionality in the cloud.