I’m a SOC Analyst, Threat Intelligence is Just Used to Feed My SIEM, Right?: Detect ‘19 Series

<p>ON-DEMAND WEBCAST</p><p>Threat intelligence is so much more than feeds and observables. There is a common viewpoint within traditional Security Operation Centres (SOCs) that threat intelligence is simply used to send indicators of compromise (IOCs) to other security devices within an organization. While this is obviously an important aspect of any successful defense-in-depth strategy, threat intelligence is so much stronger. This on-demand presentation will cover three key areas:</p><ul><li>The impact of threat intelligence to the SOC analyst’s daily routine</li><li>Reporting upstream to management and how a well-informed management team can drive timely responses to key issues</li><li>Information sharing: SOC analysts can have a huge impact on sharing communities as what they are observing on a daily basis may feed into what their peers are observing</li></ul><p><strong>Watch the on-demand presentation led by Mark Magill, Customer Success Manager at Anomali, now.</strong></p>

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