Amplify Your Defenses Against Dark Commerce with Threat Intelligence
Shine a Light On Emerging Dark Commerce Trends and Uncover Strategies To Combat Them
The cybercriminal industry is evolving with a growing shadow economy that trades goods and services in the same ways as the legitimate cybersecurity sector. Join Anomali and Blueliv for an overview of two important reports for threat intelligence teams to leverage when combating the cybercriminal underground.
Liv Rowley, Threat Intelligence Analyst at Blueliv, dives into Blueliv’s Dark Commerce Report, where she explores the proliferation of underground goods and services that have allowed cybercriminals of varying levels of sophistication to scale their operations.
Parthi Sankar, Senior Solutions Engineer at Anomali, discusses key takeaways from the SANS 2020 Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) Survey. He covers automation, tools, and developing requirements for intelligence teams, and shares his experience building effective threat intelligence programs across industry verticals.
- The different ways cybercriminals may obtain malicious code—from hiring private developers to taking advantage of increasingly popular Malware-as-a-Service offerings
- Where malicious offerings and tools typically appear for sale in the cybercriminal underground
- Strategies for threat intelligence teams to implement as they evolve to varying levels of maturity
Watch the on-demand webcast to keep your security team one step ahead!