Month: September 2020

It's easy to find descriptions of what threat intelligence is. But it's harder to learn how to use it to truly make your organisation safe from cybercriminals. How can threat intelligence strengthen all the teams in a cybersecurity organisation?

This book answers this question. It reviews the kinds of threat intelligence that are useful to security teams and how each team can use that intelligence to solve problems and address challenges. It discusses how security analysts in the real world use threat intelligence to decide what alerts to investigate (or ignore), what incidents to escalate, and what vulnerabilities to patch. It examines how information collected outside of the enterprise can help model risks more accurately and prevent fraud.

We invite you to download this handbook by filling in the form to learn about how threat intelligence can help everyone in cybersecurity anticipate problems, respond faster to attacks, and make better decisions on how to reduce risk.


    What is it?
    ‘Browser hardening’ refers to ways in which we can tweak our web browser’s settings, with the goal of enhancing its security and privacy.

    What does it involve?
    A great starting point is exploring your browser’s settings page and making some adjustments. You can add to this by installing and configuring plug-ins. More advanced options exist ‘under the hood’ of most browsers, for example Firefox’s about:config page. Let’s explore why you might choose to do this and explain some changes that can be made.


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