SearchSecurity: Cyberthreat intelligence market is getting crowded

UntitledWhen it comes to dealing with zero-day threats, time is of the essence. The quicker an IT security team can respond and repel an attack, the safer the organization. Many security teams rely on pattern matches and malware databases, but these methods have become less effective as custom viruses, created almost continuously, make algorithms obsolete. Crowdsourcing threat data so that a community can act quickly and repeal potential invasions is delivering results for more enterprises. (The illustration is a typical threat workflow from CyberSquared’s ThreatConnect.)

You can read my article for InfoSec Magazine here where I talk about the various community-based threat operations such as OTX, MAPP and Threat Radar.

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