Threat intel has changed over the years and that’s changed how customers use it, says Matt Olney, director of Talos threat intelligence and interdiction at Cisco. He discusses new ransomware dangers and what users can do to protect themselves. And he describes in detail how Cisco intelligence was used to respond to a recent large-scale security event. He closes with some tips about how to better protect your organization against ransomware.
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Cisco: All Intelligence is Not Created Equal
Threat intel has changed over the years and that’s changed how customers use it, says Matt Olney, director of Talos threat intelligence and interdiction at Cisco.
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