6 Considerations When Purchasing Threat Intelligence

Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) decision makers are overwhelmed by providers who deliver either non-relevant data feeds or have simply re-badged existing data feed services as “cyber threat intelligence”. With the proliferation of security start-ups emerging from stealth mode, how can buyers ensure that a vendor provides actionable intelligence that actually enhances security productivity vs. irrelevant raw data that wastes valuable staff resources?

When selecting the optimal CTI solution for your organization, buyers should use CARTER as a guide to assess threat intelligence providers across six critical categories.

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