Collecting threat data is only the beginning. Information relevant to the company’s security need to be analyzed, processed and interpreted to make sense of it. Integrating all forms of data is essential for providing actionable insights. That way organization can target current security vulnerabilities and threat attackers.
Taking these warnings into account, the company can get the resources and derive a comprehensive strategy needed to provide proper protection. Intelligence is both a product and a process or, to put it right - ongoing and repeating process. Hostile attackers find new ways to endanger your business every day (or every second) and they don’t quit once they fail.
While big data technologies collect and store data efficiently and are of great help for detecting possible threats and leaks, the human element is still irreplaceable for providing context. Decision makers would like to know what the attacker's motivation or capabilities are. Because of data volume, different sources and types, making sense of collected data turned out to be one of the biggest challenges for cybersecurity professionals. To produce relevant intelligence for the company’s owners and managers it is important to visualize obtained data
. Providing a personalized look at its threat landscape will guarantee making well-informed decisions.