Why Sharing Threat Intelligence Pays

Presented by FireEye FireEye's logo

One of the most unpleasant surprises any security team can face is not an encounter with a cyber threat group, but a conversation with the C-suite to ask for an out-of-band patch. That means bringing down some key part of the corporate network, vital for either operations or service delivery, and possibly even customer-facing systems.

This means that the decision is not a technical one made by security experts, but a business risk decision made by leaders with very different backgrounds and weighing factors beyond the SOC and boardroom, all of which can leave security practitioners and executives feeling like the decision-making process behind vulnerability management is opaque, and the resulting patch- or no-patch-call uncertain.

Learn more.