Using Digital Threat Intelligence Management (DTIM) to Combat Threats: Understanding the Ins and Outs of DTIM Platforms
Recent research has identified tens of millions of stolen credentials being sold on the dark web. Stolen remote access credentials are selling for as low as $3 each1. Fake apps pretending to be from major banks and retailers pop up in app stores regularly attempting to defraud users into revealing their credentials. The stolen bank account access sells for about 10% of the current balance2. Fake social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and others emerge to entice people into fake loyalty programs and subscriptions. Once captured, the account information can sell for over $10003.
With threats taking diverse forms across a seemingly limitless array of forums, organizations need the ability to detect data for sale and other infringements out on the web quickly. Enter the digital threat intelligence management platforms.
Leading IT analyst firm Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) has just released new, cutting-edge research on DTIM platforms. This research identifies the market need for the technology and who should consider it for use in their arsenal.
Is the time right for your organization to purchase a threat intelligence platform?
Join David Monahan, managing research director of security and risk management at EMA, and Alon Arvatz, CPO and co-founder at IntSights, for an informative webinar to find out if DTIM is right for your organization. You will also get key insights into this new research, including the methodology behind platform evaluation and an overview of key players in the market.
Discover common uses cases and get answers to important questions, including:
Date: Tuesday, February 20
Time: 9 a.m. Pacific | 12 p.m. Eastern
Duration: 60 minutes