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How industry is leveraging CTI The view today CTI marcet denelopment The development of mature CTI programs within a cybersecurity framework is the natural evolution of threat intelligence services beyond purchased subscriptions, feeds, and technical platforms. It is a long-term investment, which requires dedication and key stakeholders that can realize the lasting beneÕts this type of service provides. These long- 66% term visions among stakeholders are emerging despite conducting business in a world do not regularly present the threat that promotes smaller immediate value to cybersecurity over growing a more mature and landscape to the top governing structure secure posture over time. Intelligence services of this kind include a customized approach in the organization to governance, people, processes, technology and data. A robust CTI integration is grounded in tailored assessments that answer speciÕc stakeholder questions, consider the organization’s unique threat landscape, and provide immediate operational value with thorough recommended actions. To support this, organizations should consider developing a CTI program and also conduct a periodic assessment of how the threat landscape might affect them. CTI programs • A CTI program will help to enable the capability within an organization’s security operations structure to collect, analyze, produce and integrate its own and external 31% intelligence. The design, build, and operations development of a CTI program supports of GISS respondents say their SOC has simultaneous growth within corresponding security operations, allowing the organization dedicated individuals focusing solely on to ingest increasingly more robust threat intelligence, subsequently keeping the business cyber threat intelligence from being overwhelmed by data: this also allows them to take actions they are ready for, and to identify what must be additionally matured to take further actions. CTI assessments • Currently, in the marketplace there are gaps between an organization digesting threat intelligence and an organization then integrating the intelligence into operations. A common theme is frustration with where to start. CTI can be implemented incrementally, allowing small investments to improve and mature other areas of cyber threat management in a way that maximizes return on investment. Tailored assessments gather the pertinent facts and organize the pros and cons of various program attributes to promote a process-oriented approach, providing immediate insights and an evaluated look at where organizations can start integrating CTI. These assessments can answer speciÕc business questions providing a clear way forward through Q recommendations. 8 | @ow do you Ônd the criminals before they commit the cybercrime? — A close look at cyber threat intelligence

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