The Security Intelligence Philosophy

Security intelligence means leading with intelligence across threat prevention, third-party risk management, and brand protection strategies — these principles can either stand alone to streamline your efforts, or work in harmony to accelerate your risk reduction exponentially.

The Security Intelligence Philosophy

Amplify Your Risk Reduction Exponentially

Cyber threats come in many forms — threat actors operating on the open and dark web, partners and other third parties, brand attacks, and even internal threats. Find out how the three core principles of the security intelligence philosophy provide a comprehensive approach to your entire threat mitigation strategy.

Threat Intelligence

Threat Intelligence

Access to contextualized intelligence replaces manual research that can drain your resources.

Third-Party Risk Management

Third-Party Risk

Direct access to source material gives you the context you need to make remediation decisions.

Brand Protection

Brand Protection

Real-time alerting to active and emerging threats arms your proactive defense.

Threat Intelligence

Threat intelligence is the combination of knowledge, data, and context that allows you to prevent or mitigate cyberattacks. It’s critical to know who is attacking you, their motivations and capabilities, indicators of compromise to look for in your systems, and the alerts to prioritize so you can make informed decisions about your security.

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Podcast

The Threat Intelligence Value Proposition

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White Paper

Best Practices for
Applying Threat Intelligence

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Blog Post

What Is Threat Intelligence? Definition and Examples

Third-Party Risk

As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, your business is only as secure as its weakest link — and it’s estimated that more than half of all organizations have suffered data breaches through vulnerable third parties. Make informed decisions and reduce your overall risk with insights from real-time intelligence on the companies in your ecosystem.

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Infographic

Who’s Got Your Data? 2 Steps to Managing Third-Party Risk

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Video

Bridging the Gap Between Threat Intelligence and Third-Party Risk

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Report

Third-Party Risk: Why Real-Time Intelligence Matters

Brand Protection

Your brand is one of your company’s most valuable assets. Use contextual alerts based on aggregated data from the broadest set of sources to protect against leaked credentials, talk of your brand on dark web markets, typosquatted domains, social media accounts meant to impersonate an executive, code leaks, and more.

Blog post

Blog Post

Monitor and Tackle Threats to Your Brand With New Takedown Features in Recorded Future

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Webinar

Brand Protection Demo

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Datasheet

Brand Protection as Part of a
Comprehensive Threat Intelligence Strategy

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