The lifecycle management of indicators is an important element to support decisions and actions against attackers. This process informs the courses of action matrix to build a response plan.
Indicators of compromise are key data points used during an incident response process. Regularly testing the reliability of your indicators can make all the difference in your IT security process.
Before sharing indicators of compromise, analysts must consider the sensitivity of the data and verify the identities of the senders and receivers.
Nowadays, most organizations' networks are under constant attack. Cognitive security is the key to locating IoCs within the tsunami of threat intelligence.
While many threat intelligence capabilities focus on delivering information to lower-tier analysts, an effective solution extends right up to the CISO.
IBM's X-Force Exchange is a threat intelligence platform that facilitates information sharing and research surrounding indicators of compromise.
The latest 2015 IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Quarterly focuses on the lessons learned from security research throughout the year.
Modern techniques and tools can assist security professionals with digging in and identifying the key indicators of compromise (IoC) on a network.