Kurtis Minder joined Security Guy TV for a quick discussion on election security for the upcoming 2020 election.
The strange realities of 2020 have perfectly played to the kind of fear QAnon thrives on, driving record online interest in the conspiracy theory.
The QAnon conspiracy is picking up steam abroad, particularly in Europe, where populist movements are on the rise.
Kurtis Minder joins Security Guy TV as part of the RSA pre-show interview to discuss the differences between "data" and "intelligence."
How GroupSense uses 'cyber double agents' to rescue businesses' private information from the dark web and identify future leaks
A 2020 study on US consumers and cybercrime recorded nearly 1,500 significant data breaches in 2019 resulting in the exposure of more than 164 million sensitive records. Meanwhile, one executive of a major US accounting firm argued that 2020 may be one of the most fraud-rich environments in our nation's history.
Threat intelligence is an important piece of any size organization’s cybersecurity system. But effective threat intelligence often fails is because threat analysis teams aren’t aligning themselves to the business, so they may be looking at the big picture of threats rather than for specific industry vertical threats. In the age of big data and data privacy regulations, this could be leaving an organization open to a damage data breach.
Expert Roundtable to Discuss the State of Threat Intelligence, Featuring Digital Shadows, Flashpoint, GroupSense and Recorded Future
ARLINGTON, Va., June 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- GroupSense, a cyber reconnaissance company, today announced it will host an online expert roundtable discussion, titled "Threat Intel in the Real World," on Wednesday, July 1 at 2:30 p.m. EDT. The roundtable is open to the public – people who would like to attend can register now. The roundtable will also be available to view on-demand, beginning immediately after the conclusion of the live session. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions to roundtable members.
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Find out what happens…when intel analysts stop being polite…and start getting real.
Today’s typical enterprise security team subscribes to at least four, often more, intelligence feeds, which analysts must comb through to find relevant information for operationalization. As a result, most threat intel has become “yet another tool to manage.” It’s simply not practical to expect every security organization to be able to hire threat intelligence analysts to make sense out of the feeds. Vendors need to deliver “threat-analyst-in-a-box” capabilities, so intelligence can be operationalized with minimal intervention.