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Intelligence Survey Research Findings 2014 Property of UBM Tech All Rights Reserved Y oure likely swimming in security data but what are the best tools and practices for analyzing it all How can you use data to uncover compromises or targeted attacks The answer is threat intellige ID: 510814 Download Presentation

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Dark Reading Threat IntelligenceSurvey

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You're likely swimming in security data, but what are the best tools and practices for analyzing it all? How can you use data to uncover compromises or targeted attacks? The answer is threat intelligence, which we define as the collection and analysis of information about existing and emerging threats to information assets -- it's used to inform decisions on how best to respond to and mitigate these threats

.Among the 397 respondents to our InformationWeek and Dark Reading Threat Intelligence Survey, 85% say this intel plays some role in their IT security strategies. Among the 337 respondents using threat intelligence

:>> 75% cite vulnerabilities exploited when asked what they attempt to identify through data analysis; 58% try to pinpoint the source of attacks.

>> 61% consider their programs a good value for the money; 12% say their program is "worth its weight in gold." >> 51% subscribe to two or more third-party security intelligence feeds; 10% leverage five or more.

>> 22% run ad hoc queries against their data on a daily basis vs. 14% who check in only monthly. That's a long time in this age of fast-moving events.

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Threat intelligence plays role for 85% of respondents

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Most use log management and SIEM for threat intelligence

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Cloud: not a popular place for log management/SIEM

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Data-feed configuration simplicity: split decision

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Rule-set configuration: a little easier

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Too few realize benefits of threat intelligence analysis

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Network traffic logs commonly used

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One-third aren’t using third-party feeds

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About half run ad hoc queries at least weekly

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How threat level affects data query frequency

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Most looking for exploited vulnerabilities, attacked assets

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Few say analysis doesn’t improve risk assessments

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Defenses change based on threat intelligence

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Threat intelligence analysis speeds breach discovery

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Half say threat intelligence

uncovered an APT

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Threat intelligence is a smart investment, say 73%

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Only one-quarter built their own security analytics

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Specialized training: not yet the norm

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IT staff highly represented in survey respondents

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Surveyed companies revenue spread

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Surveyed companies industry spread

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Surveyed companies lean toward midsize businesses

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Survey Name Dark Reading Threat Intelligence Survey

Survey Date

June 2014Region

North America Number

of Respondents

397Purpose To examine the impact threat intelligence has on IT security strategy.Methodology Dark Reading, in partnership with InformationWeek, surveyed business technology decision-makers at North American companies. The survey was conducted online, and respondents were recruited via an email invitation containing an embedded link to the survey. The email invitation was sent to qualified Dark Reading and InformationWeek subscribers.

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