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ChandanaP946
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12/3/2016 | 6:16:25 AM
Privacy Concerns of Threat Intelligence
To avoid security breaches and cyber attacks, it is critical to identify and examine the root cause - which generally emerges from weapons such as botnets, viruses, malware, etc. But, companies and industries often fail to consider the threats that come from within the company - such as employees - called Insider Threat. With increase in number of cyberattacks and with cybercriminals using more sophisticated malware; efforts to make systems secure is also increasing. The traditional, lackadaisical "detect and improve" fashion is being replaced by a more proactive "predict and prevent" attitude. Almost all organizations are aiming to build fail-safe security solutions.
francois999
francois999,
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12/4/2016 | 1:11:43 PM
intriguing article
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ChandanaP946
ChandanaP946,
User Rank: Strategist
12/3/2016 | 6:16:32 AM
Privacy Concerns of Threat Intelligence
To avoid security breaches and cyber attacks, it is critical to identify and examine the root cause - which generally emerges from weapons such as botnets, viruses, malware, etc. But, companies and industries often fail to consider the threats that come from within the company - such as employees - called Insider Threat. With increase in number of cyberattacks and with cybercriminals using more sophisticated malware; efforts to make systems secure is also increasing. The traditional, lackadaisical "detect and improve" fashion is being replaced by a more proactive "predict and prevent" attitude. Almost all organizations are aiming to build fail-safe security solutions.
francois999
francois999,
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12/4/2016 | 1:13:43 PM
thanks
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francois999
francois999,
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12/4/2016 | 1:17:14 PM
thank you for the valuable info
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