Threat Hunting: demystifying myths and misconceptions

Threat Hunting: demystifying myths and misconceptions

The term ‘threat hunting’, whilst widely used, is open to interpretation. It’s one of the most important approaches for any organisation in defending against the range of targeted attacks that are bypassing even the most advanced security tools. Yet, as with many buzzwords in the industry, some misconceptions persist around what exactly is involved and why it’s so important. Little wonder the real meaning of the term can become obscured. Here, we debunk five of the many myths surrounding threat hunting.

Myth 1: Threat hunting requires manually trawling through reams of data 

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