Building a Threat Intelligence Company

June 19, 2017 • Amanda McKeon

In the first 10 episodes of the Recorded Future Podcast, we’ve taken some deep dives into many important threat intelligence topics. Of course, there are many more topics to cover in the weeks ahead, but we thought it might be helpful to share a little bit of Recorded Future’s backstory.

In this episode, we’ll talk about how the company made its transition from the virtual garage to an international company with offices around the world. Along the way, we’ll touch on issues important to any growing cyber security startup, like establishing and nurturing a diverse corporate culture, attracting the right people, building teams, and doing it all while you are tackling the critical challenges facing the security world today.

It’s our hope that this episode will not only provide some context as you hear from Recorded Future analysts and experts throughout the year, but for those looking to build their own companies or threat intelligence teams, we hope to provide some useful lessons. Joining us today are Recorded Future Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder Christopher Ahlberg, and Andy Palmer, one of Recorded Future’s founding board members.

This podcast was produced in partnership with the CyberWire and Pratt Street Media, LLC.

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