December 16, 2020by Cybersixgill

The Agile Analyst Handbook

Cybersixgill’s undying admiration for security analysts is no secret. You guys rock the SOC. Defenders of data, evaluators of events - in short: cyber connoisseurs.

Yet the methods of most organizations need to adjust to the evolving threatscape. According to a recent survey, one out of eight security professionals do not know how many major security incidents or breaches their organization experienced in the last 12 months.

Being in the know is of utmost importance. We all need to move faster and better.

So the need for speed, and the need to move beyond the feed led us to develop an agile threat intelligence methodology - designed to accelerate security teams performance, break silos, increase output and performance and, reclaim control by preemptively handling threats before they are deployed in the wild.

More importantly, working in an agile way, each piece of intelligence generates more, fresher intel that helps analysts gain more insight into a threat actor’s mindset, experience, motivations and more.

The Agile Analyst Handbook is packed with knowledge, advice and even cool stories, to give you the tools to identify your organization’s maturity level and take the right actions in order to level-up threat intelligence operations.

Unlike other page-turners, we can’t promise an emotional rollercoaster. Yes, you’ll laugh (probably). No, you won’t cry (hopefully). But most of all - you’ll gain new tools, developed with love for the SOC stars, the data defenders - the cyber connoisseurs.


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