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In Short – Good threat intelligence can bolster existing security defenses like SIEMs and firewalls and make them more effective against attacks.
Highlights discussed in this paper:
Security incidents are common: a recent Osterman Research survey found that more than four in five organizations reported one or more serious security incidents had occurred during the previous 12 months.
While the average dwell time – the gap between infiltration and discovery of a threat – is shortening, it is still quite long, enabling bad actors ample time to steal corporate data and financial assets.
Existing security defenses provide some measure of protection against increasingly sophisticated threats, but the enormous number of data breaches and related problems experienced by many organizations reveals that current security practices are not adequate.
Good threat intelligence capabilities can provide a great deal of information about the domains and IP addresses that are attempting to gain access to a network. It can enable threat researchers to better understand the source of current and past attacks and better deal with future attacks.