Threat Intelligence: Fight Threats, Not Logs – Slay the Volumes

How to operationalize threat intelligence for protection & prevention

More is not always better.  When it comes to data and threat intelligence, better prevention is offered via the right approach. 

Don’t waste your resources by drowning them in a sea of data that might not be resulting in useful actions, instead adopt an outcome-driven threat intelligence program.  Outcome-driven threat intelligence equips your company with the ability to focus on prevention and operationalizing action – focusing your resources where they are needed, when they are needed.

Available:
On Demand
Duration:
1h 00min

Attend this webinar and learn about how you can:

  • Operationalize threat intelligence, without adding additional specialized resources.
  • Leverage threat intelligence to drive automated prevention.
  • Simplify threat hunting workflows.

Featured Speakers

  • Scott  Simkin
    Scott Simkin
    Sr. Group Manager of the Threat Intelligence Cloud Team
    Palo Alto Networks

    Scott is responsible for leading efforts across threat analytics, intelligence, research and driving automated prevention for our customers. His areas of expertise span many facets of the Cybersecurity industry, including bringing innovative new products to market and rapidly scaling them. Prior to joining Palo Alto Networks, Mr. Simkin spent half a decade at Cisco Systems in roles covering threat analytics, intelligence and research. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Santa Clara University.

  • Bryan  Lee
    Bryan Lee
    Threat Intelligence Researcher
    Palo Alto Networks

    Bryan Lee is a Threat Intelligence Researcher with Unit 42 at Palo Alto Networks. His areas of expertise are in espionage threats, cyber security operations, and threat collection. Prior to joining Unit 42 at Palo Alto Networks, Bryan was at the NASA Security Operations Center, beginning as a real time detection analyst, transitioning into threat intelligence, and ultimately moving into a lead role for the NASA SOC. Bryan’s diverse set of experiences provides a unique perspective on the viability of people, processes and technology from both an operational and theoretical standpoint.

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