Dark Reading May 14, 2012 May 14, 2012,
Volume 171, Issue 3
"If there was ever a time when threat intelligence could be put on autopilot, that time is over. With the increase in advanced, multidimensional threats, organizations can no longer depend solely on existing gateway tools to weed out nefarious activity. More and more organizations are considering development of an in-house threat intelligence program, dedicating staff and other resources to deep inspection and correlation of network and application data and activity. In this report, we will examine the drivers for implementing an in-house threat intelligence program, the issues around staffing and costs, and the tools necessary to do the job effectively..."