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Threat Intel: Finding Balance in an Overcrowded Market
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4/24/2018 | 10:55:45 AM
BluVector has it right
I read the article and I agree that BluVectors concept is the right way to go. As soon as the threat intelligence vendors post IOC data it migrates quickly through all of the vendors. This makes it more costly for threat actors to operate because they have to them migrate their source code to change the ways it is identified (signature based) or moved to new IP's to defeat the blocks. Since 2015 we have stopped using IOC data for active protection so often and concentrated on heuristics to detect threats while continually upgrading our models. If BluVector does this and is successful they will realize that they are finding more targeted malware that was written specifically to target one organization and not the run of the mill infection. I would like to see more vendors heading in that direction. Not only will it make IOC's invalid but we will get closer to protecting real assets without relying on the fact that a piece of malware has been seen before somewhere else. We need more patient zero solutions as an industry. 
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4/25/2018 | 4:01:54 AM
Re: BluVector has it right
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