Leading industry analysts are suggesting enterprises leverage adversary and threat intelligence in order to more effectively identify, prioritize and protect against key threats to their unique environment.

Organizations should learn from the common pitfalls encountered by their peers to ensure they get the most out of their investment when they incorporate threat intelligence into their security programs. Mistakes include not aligning threat intelligence efforts with strategic business goals, relying on poor or incomplete data sources, not involving senior executives, missing context in intelligence sources, and focusing too much on blocking commodity attacks. This paper discusses five key traps to avoid.

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