Use Community-Based Threat Intelligence to Improve Your Security
Date: Thursday, December 16, 2021
Time: 11:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour
The best basis for a cybersecurity intelligence system is relevant and timely information about potential threats. Intelligence communities draw on a wide range of sources and information to identify and recognize bad actors. The computer world must do the same. Collective information from the Internet provides a rich source of data for extracting timely information about credible threats.
In this webinar, discover:
- How community intelligence works to detect and mitigate security threats
- What is the benefit of multiple data sources for threat detection
- Why real-time intelligence delivers true zero-day threat detection
- How to Leverage Multiple Sources of Threat Data in Your Security Practice
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Frank Yue, Senior Solutions Architect and Product Evangelist
Frank Yue is a technology evangelist who translates products and technologies into business needs and values. Mr. Yue examines the changing technology landscape and its impact on IT architectures and organizations. He writes blogs, produces white papers and speaks at conferences and events related to application networking technologies. Mr. Yue has over 25 years of experience building large-scale networks and using high-performance application technologies, including deep packet inspection, network security, and application delivery. . Mr. Yue works for Snapt and has worked for technology companies in technical and strategic messaging roles. Mr. Yue is a scuba diving instructor and a background player when not talking about technology.