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Rich Baich

Principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP


Developing a Cyber Threat Intelligence Capability

Cyber criminals are actively targeting our extended ecosystems, which not only encompasses the organization’s online application portfolio, but also includes subsidiaries, employees, suppliers, and customers. Over the past 5 years it has become clear that electronic attacks are rapidly evolving and require more advanced and focused threat analysis, modeling, internal and external intelligence, risk assessment and reporting. It is important that an organization’s response to electronic fraud, system compromises, data breaches, and emerging threats leverages a cyber-threat intelligence capability that reaches across multiple functions, delivery channels, business units and operational support organizations. Developing a cyber-threat intelligence capability could enable your organization to become preemptive in its’ battle against cyber criminals. Using the available information found in your own network fused with externally available cyber related information can enable your organization to move from a reactionary posture to a proactive approach resulting in actionable intelligence.