[UPCOMING WEBINAR] Realizing the Return on Threat Intelligence Services

April 20, 2021 by Alexandru Bertea, Chief Cybersecurity Strategist at Stefanini EMEA

Threat intelligence is based on monitoring the entire internet, including the deep and dark web, and identifying existing or developing threats and leaks.

In today’s digital landscape, in which it’s possible to launch cyberattacks aimed at stealing product rights or brand assets and spoofing brand website domains, threat intelligence should be viewed as a fundamental investment for businesses, rather than a nice to have.

Stefanini’s approach to threat intelligence includes analyzing security threats and helping organizations protect their systems via actionable strategies that guard against risk and fix vulnerabilities.


Anticipating cyberattacks and protecting profits through deep and dark web monitoring

Cyber threat intelligence is a crucial component of organizations’ security architecture. Due to the evolution of threats, security solutions are only as effective as the intelligence that feeds them.

Cyber threat intelligence is based on dynamic, adaptive processes and technology that use large-scale historical threat data to proactively block and remedy future malicious attacks on a network.

Advanced threat intelligence has move past open sources of threat data like Indicators of Compromise (IoCs), malicious IPs, file hashes or web domains/subdomains, to include:

  • Partner Compliance

Ensure that partners, resellers and associates comply with the rules for using your brand. Be on the lookout for anyone who claims without permission to have a connection with your company.

  • Threat Intelligence Discovery

Scan the deep web for signs of compromised assets: databases put up for sale, credit card data, illegal services and attack planning. Use Artificial Intelligence to speed up analysis and decrease reaction time.

  • Quick detection and removal

Determine which risks are most relevant to your brand. Remove priority risks (web host takedown/copyright notifications/other legal actions).

  • Digital fraud discovery

Your brand can be used as bait for phishing and malware infection. Find and remove sites that harm your customers and your image through phishing, targeted malware/drive-by downloads/etc.

Threat intelligence is key to defending against direct losses, such as data loss or leakage, as well as indirect losses, such as reputational damage.
 


Join us for a 45-minute webinar, which takes place on Tuesday, 11th May at 11:00 am (CEST), Alexandru Bertea, Chief Cybersecurity Strategist at Stefanini EMEA, will discuss:

  • How deep and dark web monitoring help anticipate cyber attacks
  • Why it’s important to go beyond Indicators of Compromise (IoCs)
  • The main use cases for threat intelligence, including financial services, luxury goods and manufacturing
  • How to calculate the ROI offered by threat intelligence.

SPEAKER

ALEXANDRU BERTEA

CHIEF CYBERSECURITY STRATEGIST AT STEFANINI EMEA

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