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Evaluating Commercial Cyber Threat Intelligence - John Berger (BSides Tampa 2015) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Evaluating Commercial Cyber Threat Intelligence
John Berger

Over the last 2 years, interest in commercial threat intelligence services has grown beyond the traditional government and financial services sectors. According to Gartner, by 2018, 60% of large enterprises globally will utilize commercial threat intelligence services to help inform their security strategies. Not surprisingly, the number of vendors purporting to provide threat intelligence has grown exponentially. Unfortunately, the term "threat intelligence" is often mis-used and sometimes misrepresented. The result is a market full of confusing differentiators and even more confused clients – many who aren’t really sure what they are looking for in the first place. In the end, the value of these services will be directly related to the decisions they inform, and a client’s ability to consume the data. This brief will help identify the use cases for Threat Intelligence and provide the audience with some practical evaluation criteria to compare the myriad of offerings.

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