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SANS 2020 Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) Survey Results

<h2>The Maturation of Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI)</h2> <p>This year’s survey had a record number of respondents (1006) and the highest ever reporting of Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) programs within organizations. 2020 showed 80% of respondents reporting that they produce or consume CTI, an increase of 10% compared to last year.</p> <p>As the field reaches maturity, understanding and improving the effectiveness of CTI programs will become more critical. This paper focuses on why finding the right people and tools for a CTI program is crucial, the intelligence cycle process, as well as the value and inhibitors of CTI.</p> <p>Key takeaways from this year’s survey:</p> <ul> <li>Collaboration is key</li> <li>Not all processes require the same level of automation</li> <li>The necessary data and tools change as CTI teams evolve</li> <li>Requirements are taking hold and are a staple of mature teams</li> <li>A community of consumers and producers contribute to CTI</li> </ul> <h3>Read this year’s report to learn more about how to keep your CTI program moving forward.</h3>

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