In episode 81 of the Cybersecurity Minute, practitioner analyst Frank Domizio talks about threat intelligence and its value in a multi-cloud environment.
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00:56 — Cloud’s benefits are well known and well understood: scalability, flexibility, cost savings.
01:12 — Since it’s constantly changing and evolving, the cloud can create vulnerabilties and hackers will try to exploit them. That’s where threat intelligence comes in: it’s all about gathering and analyzing information to identify potential cybersecurity threats before they become actual threats.
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01:31 — In the cloud, threat intelligence is crucial to keep everything locked down and secure; if we apply that tinking to a supply chain attack similar to the Solar Winds incident, we can see how threat intelligence can help.
01:44 — Threat intel platforms can track the security posture of vendors and suppliers to identify potential vulnerabilities and flag suspicious activity by identifying and addressing these risks in our vendor ecosystem so we could prevent a supply chain attack or prevent one from spreading.
02:18 — Threat intelligence really shines in a multi-cloud environment by monitoring and analyzing all the different cloud environments and can help identify potential risks and vulnerabilities across the entire multi-cloud. This makes it easier to respond to incidents quickly, keeping your data and customers safe from threats.