Security teams are overwhelmed with a massive amount of threat data. While a decade ago no one was talking about threat intelligence except government agencies, organizations are now bombarded with threat data leaving them challenged with identifying what is relevant.
Aggregating that data requires a shift in mindset and a maturing of threat intelligence in order to better mitigate risks.
Experts say that collecting data for the purposes of having data does no good and can actually detract from a security intelligence program by using up time and man power to analyze data that is most often noise rather than real indicators of threat.
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