See how deception technology offers clear signals in all the noise by viewing this webinar
Traditional threat intel is broken. We’re trained to conduct threat intel analysis based on what the industry has given us: wordy threat intel reports, long lists of indicators of compromise with little context, and TTPs that are difficult to take action on.
Cyber deception, however, gives contextualized rich intelligence on attacker activity. Deception environments are exceptionally effective because they generate known “bad” data. No one should be messing with them. The data they collect is clear and unequivocal. Advanced deception environments, tailored to your attack surface, offer the next generation of threat intelligence collection and analysis: adversary-generated threat intelligence.
Join us for this webinar, in which Dan Brett, CPO of CounterCraft, discusses:
- Different types of threat intelligence;.
- Why gathering contextual threat intelligence is beneficial to security teams;
- What makes adversary-generated threat intel superior;
- Examples of organizations using this technique .