Tensions may be slightly calmer between the United States and Iran, but in the cyber world the stakes are always high between the two countries.
Agencies and private-sector companies invest considerable resources defending themselves against external cyber threats, but insider threats pose just as great a threat to these organizations if they don’t have a strategy in place to defend against them.
In this exclusive executive briefing, experts say sifting through the cyber threat intelligence “noise” with artificial intelligence and machine learning tools can ensure organizations are protecting their most valued data and systems
Anomali provides a framework for gaining a better understanding to inform high-level leaders in making specific decisions.
“The government doesn’t have a monopoly on threat intelligence in this space.” That’s what Tonya Uggoretz, the director of the cyber threat intelligence integration center, said quite profoundly back in April.
Companies are now for the first time sharing cyber threat indicators with the Department of Homeland Security.