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Time to Get Smarter About Threat Intel

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Bad actors move faster than threat intelligence feeds and the infosec pros who monitor them, notes Joakim Kennedy, Threat Intel Manager for Anomali Research. Organizations need to establish a dedicated team to manage threat intel, and an adequate budget. Kennedy also encourages intelligence sharing as part of a stepped-up protection strategy. For more information on getting smarter about threat intel, check out the latest Report: The Value of Threat Intelligence from Anomali.

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3/28/2020 | 3:31:51 PM
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Great video, thank you for sharing.  As Lubbock lighting contractors we run into IT issues all the time with the various software and hardware we need to run our equipment at customer's homes and find your articles invaluable.
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2/9/2020 | 10:34:27 PM
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Awesome video! I found it interesting, thank you for sharing.

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