Why organisations fail to fill the threat intelligence gap in their cybersecurity strategy

Why organisations fail to fill the threat intelligence gap in their cybersecurity strategy

85% of security practitioners in North America and the UK say that intelligence is important for a strong security posture but 41% say they have not made progress in the effectiveness of threat intelligence data.*

The difference is the threat intelligence gap. This is an opportunity for adversaries to attack an organisation’s cyber defence blind spot. Reducing this gap shines a light and exposes these covert external threats, squeezes out the adversaries and lessens their impact which can and have proven to be catastrophic.

How can the industry reduce the threat intel gap? In this 30-minute webinar Tony Morbin, Editor of SC UK and Parthi Sankar, Cyber Solutions Consultant, at Anomali will explore how to... 

  • Establish a formal and dedicated team to manage threat intelligence activities
  • Allocate adequate budget to threat intelligence, including threat hunting and advanced attacker investigations
  • Participate in threat intelligence sharing
  • Increase the security team’s knowledge about adversaries including their motivations, infrastructure and methods
  • Improve ability to integrate threat intelligence with your tools

*This comes from a recent 2019 study carried out by the Ponemon institute with over 1000 IT Security Practitioners in North America and the United Kingdom.

Loading feed

Speakers

Tony  Morbin Tony Morbin Editor-in-Chief SC Media UK
Parthi Sankar Parthi Sankar Cyber Solutions Consultant Anomali Bio
share