Not All Threat intelligence is Equal, Some Are More Equal Than Others
"Threat intelligence" has to be one of the most ill-defined and overused terms in cybersecurity today. With the market estimated to reach as much as $9 billion by 2020, the process of selecting the right threat intelligence solution to fit an organization's unique needs should be straightforward. Yet while business leaders are recognizing the value of understanding the universe of evolving threat landscape, the term "threat intelligence" is often misused, misrepresented and misinterpreted, leaving organizations confused and unable to capitalize on the real advantage threat intelligence offers and also leaving them with the lingering effect of threat fatigue. How do you start to take a different approach?