Historically, business risk management has covered a broad set of risks to the organization, including things like cyber threats, insider threats, the physical security of executives and staff, the risk of engaging with third-party vendors in the supply chain, or even the risk around M&A deals. Too often, however, executives are flying blind without a sufficient understanding of these risks in a business context, so they can decide what level of business risk to accept in their decisions.
Morgan Stanley & Anomali
Morgan Stanley uses Anomali as part of its threat intelligence program to automate the collection and processing of threat data. We spoke with Valentina Soria, Head of Global Intelligence at Morgan Stanley, to learn more about how she and the organization utilize threat intelligence. Here are some high-level key points of what she had to say.
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The promise of threat intelligence is alluring. It should help organizations to understand and manage business risk–to turn unknown threats into known and mitigated threats, to improve the effectiveness of the defense. –CERT-UK