Five ways threat intelligence can supercharge security

Five ways threat intelligence can supercharge security

Karen Levy, Senior Director Product and Client Marketing at Recorded Future, considers the 5 ways organisations can use threat intelligence to supercharge their security, as well explore how web browser threat intelligence works and highlight which threats to prioritise.
Time is of the essence when it comes to dealing with threats to cyber security. Any delays in detecting and stopping an attack on a network gives hackers more time to identify weaknesses, steal information, corrupt files and systems and generally wreak havoc.
Yet with the vast volume of threats and large networks to monitor, how can organisations identify the most potentially harmful and be able to stop them in time or prevent them from entering the network in the first place?
Below are five ways that SaaS-based automated threat intelligence services can supercharge an organisation’s IT security.
Also of interest: Five key considerations for CISOs that are easily overlooked

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