Threat intelligence is data that is collected, processed, and analyzed to understand a threat actor’s motives, targets, and attack behaviors. Threat intelligence enables us to make faster, more informed, data-backed security decisions and change their behavior from reactive to proactive in the fight against threat actors.
Learn about the Courses of Action matrix (CoA) and how it can help your organization accurately assess its defensive capabilities and improve resiliency.
Discover the top 5 threat intelligence lifecycle challenges you will face and how to overcome them to produce actionable intelligence.
Learn about MITRE’s CTI Blueprints project. A revolutionary new CTI project that aims to help analysts deliver high-quality, standardized CTI reports.
Discover the indicator lifecycle in this full guide on cyber security indicators. You will learn what indicators are and how to use them best.
Learn about cyber threat intelligence requirements, why they are important, and how to create effective intelligence requirements in three simple steps.
Learn about the cyber threat intelligence lifecycle, the six stages of this fundamental model, and how you can use it in real-world security operations.
Read this guide to discover what cyber threat intelligence is and how it can benefit you at your business’s operational and strategic levels.
Discover why it is important to have clear definitions for key cyber threat intelligence concepts and how this series can be your reference guide.
Discover the new cyber security notetaking app that integrates with your organization’s tools and is an effective copilot for all your investigations.
Discover how to turn MISP attributes into Indicators of Compromise that you can export as a CSV file and upload to your security solution for detection.
Learn to use the MISP API to make the most of your MISP instance. You will see how to get statistics about your MISP instance, search for attributes and events, and visualize data you’ve added to your instance.
Learn what a CTI aggregator is, why you need one, and how to create your own for completely for free to make your threat intelligence gathering efficient
Learn how to search and filter MISP events and attributes to find threat intelligence relevant to you.
Learn how to add open-source threat intelligence feeds to your MISP instance so you can begin rapidly populating the threat intelligence platform with the latest data.
Learn how to start using MISP. You will learn about MISP events, how to create them, and how to add context to them using MISP’s galaxies and taxonomies