Turning the Table on the Attackers: Recorded Future at MISTI's Threat Intelligence Summit
By Greg Barrette on September 25, 2015
Every which way you turn in the security industry these days, someone is talking about threat intelligence.
No wonder: the attackers are getting better and craftier, so we, the defenders, must also get smarter about understanding the who, what, why, and when of emerging threats.
Enterprise security organizations have been embracing this trend for a while, trying to get a grasp on how to build effective threat intelligence programs, complete with the right team members, tools, and processes – and they need help! So it’s not a surprise that more and more conferences are centering on this theme.
There’s so much to threat intelligence, and most enterprises have only begun to scratch the surface of building a threat analysis program. And they need help!
Recorded Future will be at the MISTI Threat Intelligence Summit in Orlando, FL, September 29-30, 2015, to help organizations better understand how threat intelligence from the Web can be used to minimize the threat surface of an enterprise.
Recorded Future Senior Solutions Engineer, Nicholas Espinoza will be presenting “Threat Intelligence From the Web: Turning the Tables on the Attackers” on Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 10:00 AM. Espinoza will share:
- A case study on the value of data collected and insights gained while building an open source intelligence (OSINT) package on a high value target.
- An overview of the tools, techniques, and datasets available on the public Internet.
- Pragmatic and tactical steps to take that minimize the threat surface exploited in real world OSINT gathering.