Mastering Cyber Intelligence, an ebook by Jean Nestor M. Dahj, an experienced data scientist and cybersecurity researcher, gives you the knowledge you need to dive into the world of Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI).
This ebook usually costs $19.99, but thanks to Tradepub, you can get it for free for a limited time.
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This giveaway will end on December 14, 2022. The ebook has 528 pages and is about 14 MB in size.
About Mastering Cyber Intelligence eBook:
Defining Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) is “a collaborative security program that leverages advanced analysis of data acquired from several sources (both internal and external) to discover, detect, deny, disrupt, degrade, deceive, and eliminate adversarial activity.”
It is becoming the standard way to fight against APTs because it can be done and because it encourages people, groups, and communities to share information. But many organizations still find it hard to accept CTI, add it to their existing security solutions, and get value from it.
This book gives you the information you need to dive into the world of CTI. It gives you the knowledge and skills you need to run a threat intelligence program, from planning to distributing information and processing feedback. It tells you how to build CTI into an organization’s security stack from the ground up, so you can deal with cyber threats more effectively.
Through step-by-step explanations and examples, you learn how to include CTI in the organization’s strategy and plan, set goals for your CTI program, collect the right data for your program, process and format the collected data, perform threat modeling and threat analysis, and share intelligence output both internally (with the strategic, tactical, and operational security teams) and externally (with the community).
By the end of the book, you will know everything there is to know about CTI and be sure that you can help organizations use it to protect money, assets, and sensitive information (and data).