Human-source Intelligence (HUMINT) has been used for thousands of years by adversaries to thwart an enemy's intentions.
The challenge for the recipient of raw intelligence is validating whether or not the information gathered is accurate and can be used effectively in a timely manner. The results of intelligence collection can be ambiguous at best and often lacks standards; therefore, raw intelligence must go through a number of steps to assess its value.
Alternative approaches to data set normalization do exist. Trusted collaboration is a unique approach to security intelligence due to the speed in which intelligence can be reviewed and the diversity of experience within the community to analyze the attack data.
Learn more about this new approach to sharing threat intelligence and develop a methodology to measure the effectiveness of your current security infrastructure.
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