Establishing a cyber threat intelligence (CTI) practice helps organizations to excel at countering attackers by aligning people, process, and technology to the needs of multiple stakeholders.
- Describes how a CTI practice delivers advanced intelligence capabilities to counter cyber threats.
- Explores the problems of information overload stemming from multiple sources of intelligence and the CTI analyst conundrum, where staffing shortages and the nature of CTI practices collide.
- Provides 10 recommendations for establishing an effective CTI practice, including the essential role of CTI maturity in moving from responsive to pre-emptive threat management.
- Outlines the key features of the technology stack supporting a high-performing CTI practice.