Empowering MSSPs and MDR Service Providers to Control the Chaos Caused by Advanced, Highly Evasive Malware

Empowering MSSPs and MDR Service Providers to Control the Chaos Caused by Advanced, Highly Evasive Malware

External threat intelligence, even if accurate, may not be applicable in the organization’s specific environment, since the intelligence source may not align with the organization’s own threat model. Open-source feeds can be vulnerable to manipulation by malicious actors, who can use the data to launch targeted attacks or spread false information.

To adequately protect against zero-day and custom-developed, highly targeted malware, security teams need to look beyond secondary threat data.

This paper further examines:

  • Why security teams should look beyond secondary threat data to implement a CTI program that aligns with the organization’s specific environment and threat model;
  • How malware and phishing alerts can transform into a valuable source for the generation of proprietary threat intelligence;
  • Which automation approach can be used to establish a sustainable routine for the generation of in-house threat intelligence.



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