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  • Industry: Media, Technology, Government, Justice & Security
  • Type: Business and industry issue
  • Date: 20/01/2015

Cyber threat intelligence and lessons from law enforcement 

Cyber security breaches are rarely out of the media's eye. As adversary sophistication increases, many organisations react when it is too late – the attack is underway.

This paper explores how organisations can manage cyber threats more proactively. It identifies three principles that will help manage these threats and minimise the risk to customers, shareholders and employees.


Key insights

  • Cyber security is one of the most significant challenges facing the public and private sectors today.
  • Many organisations react to cyber attacks when it is too late, and few have the capability to anticipate cyber threats and implement preventative strategies.
  • Much can be learned from law enforcement and intelligence communities.

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