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There’s More to Threat Intelligence than IOCs

Threat intelligence is often associated with indicators of compromise (IOCs) and attack (IOA). An IOC is a piece of data that indicates, with high probability, that a system or network has been compromised. An IOA focuses on identifying attacker activity while the attack is taking place. Both types of indicators are used by threat intelligence (TI) analysts to detect threats such as breaches and malware infections.

Read the e-book to learn about:

  • Defining threat intelligence
  • Threat feeds
  • A TI analyst’s typical workflow
  • How the threat landscape has evolved
  • Where to use threat intelligence
  • Threat intelligence for decision making
  • What AI adds to threat intelligence

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