In this episode of the podcast: Chris Camacho of Flashpoint joins us to talk about “the deep web” and “the dark web.” Chris and I talk about how companies like Flashpoint monitor the dark web for intelligence and, then, how companies are able to operationalize that intelligence as part of their security and incident response programs.
Skilled operators make all the difference in incident response and threat hunting. With talent scarce (and expensive), however, managed threat hunting teams may be worth a look, writes Scott Taschler of the firm Crowdstrike.
In this Industry Perspective, Thomas Hofmann of the firm Flashpoint* writes that cyber threat intelligence professionals from the government don’t just bring their skills when they migrate to the private sector – they bring their jargon, also. Communicating effectively with the C-suite, however, demands making threat intelligence ready for executive consumption. Spread the word!119shares1496
Facebook said it will release a feature that lets users see if they liked pages associated with the Internet Research Agency, a Russian troll outfit.
In-brief: a new service built into Internet of Things search engine Shodan promises to find the computers that control remote access trojans (RATs) – a common form of information stealing malware.