“Intelligence is often defined as information that has been refined and analyzed to make it actionable. Intelligence, therefore, requires information.
The first time many people are exposed to threat intelligence is through marketing material, making it difficult for many to fully understand what threat intelligence actually is.
It is important that intelligence work is done with the end goal of better understanding and defending against adversaries.
Intelligence Driven Incident Response
Intelligence-driven incident response allows us to learn from attackers; to identify their motivations, processes, and behaviors; to identify their activities even as they seek to outwit our defenses and detection methods.”