Threat and Vulnerability Management

Threat Hunting: Open Season on the Adversary

Provided by HPE Software

Category Threat and Vulnerability Management

Type Analyst Report

Length 24

Publish Date April 01 2016

Date posted June 14 2016

Overview

Learn how threat hunting can help your enterprise security team aggressively track and eliminate cyber adversaries from your network as early as possible.

To build a mature threat-hunting program your organization needs to adopt the following goals:

  • To provide early and accurate detection.
  • To control and reduce impact and damage with faster response.
  • To improve defenses to make successful attacks increasingly difficult.
  • To gain better visibility into the organization’s weaknesses.

This report provides you with real-life results, advice and best practices for threat hunting processes.


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