As cyberattacks grow in frequency and complexity, businesses are turning to threat intelligence to better understand those attacks and protect themselves. Threat intelligence uses data points to provide an understanding of threats to an organization, but intelligence is only as good as the data available. If data isn't delivered in a form that's actionable, organizations won't know how to use that information to defend their environments.
Even with clean, usable data available, many organizations still don't make use of any sort of threat intelligence in their operations. Others may have a source of threat intelligence, but are not getting the value they could. Some simply lack understanding of choosing a threat intelligence source or how to integrate that information into their environments. In this guide, you'll learn what you stand to gain through the use and integration of threat intelligence, what to consider when selecting a source of threat intelligence, and how to make threat intelligence work for your organization.