Wednesday, August 21, 2019

2:00 p.m. ET/ 11:00 a.m. PT

It is not that threat intelligence is new that makes a difference today; it is that it is becoming the norm rather than the exception. Not only that, threat intelligence also is becoming more diverse and distinctive.

Gone are the days when companies relied strictly on data feeds of threats that were known. Today we are seeing an expansion of threat intel that pulls together customized threats for specific industries, open source threat intel, and a vast array of data about emerging threats.

This 20/20 will look at trends in open source threat intelligence and how we can take advantage of these advancements.


Richard Hummel
Threat Intelligence
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