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The Three Dimensions of the Threat Intelligence Scale Problem
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David Powers
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David Powers,
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10/24/2018 | 8:32:00 AM
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It is an exciting article and you can get a lot of information by going through the article. The article talks about the three dimensions of the threat intelligence scale problem. The blog post mentions that threat intelligence (TI) and information sharing have turned out to be critical requirements for successful security operations and cyber defense. The article also raises a concern, as the use of TI becomes more pervasive, it's also become obvious that there is a multidimensional TI scale problem that needs to be addressed.

 

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ankie99
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1/10/2019 | 6:24:00 AM
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This is really amazing for everyone. Thnaks a lot 
REISEN1955
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1/10/2019 | 9:30:24 AM
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When I moved to Georgia in 2014, I abandoned my sole - owner practice of IT support for small businesses (good business too, and profitable).  Georgia moved me to contract work and eventually to a firm that has a dedicated Malware forensics dept.  Now this is good info for an expanded and re-activated independent business here - malware and analaysis for the smaller business.  They cannot afford nor really have access to protocols and data for this area ---- but they CAN through me.  My issue is to replicate the tools used here (Carbon Black among many others) for their shops and try to get the same results.  Not easy. 
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1/13/2020 | 4:48:56 AM
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All intelligence Engcies are working for the safety of their countries. We can not understand its intelligence way.

 

 
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1/20/2020 | 2:41:17 AM
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I am happy to discover much useful information in the posts, writing sequence is amazing
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1/30/2020 | 2:22:07 AM
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To succeed, associations must be enabled to lessen their assault surface and staff over-burden so they can get progressively out of their current firewall and danger knowledge ventures. 
jonny312
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1/30/2020 | 3:39:43 AM
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The issue here is that firewalls give just constrained TI in view of execution constraints. As well as can be expected just handle a couple hundred thousand risk markers. This is predominated by the a huge number of malignant IPs and spaces that exist at some random minute. Read More.


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