Why software can never replace the human security analyst

In threat intelligence at least, humans won’t be completely replaced by robots anytime soon As a recap, let’s quickly define what threat intelligence is in the context of cyber-security. Threat intelligence is created by a process which takes raw data and information from a variety of sources and turns it in to strategically, tactically, or operationally valuable information. The collected raw data and information is then categorised, analysed further, and given context and meaning, producing threat intelligence. This intelligence is then used by an organisation to ensure its governance, risk and operational functions understand what threats they face and can make informed decisions in response. Automated processing: how we do it, its value and limitations As an industry we have at our disposal a plethora of cyber-domain-specific and generic computer…


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