How cyber threat intelligence work

Cyber threat intelligence can seem like a foreign term to many – and we don’t blame you. It can be favorable to know the meaning of the term and how cyber intelligence can benefit you. Let’s dive into what cyber threat intelligence means. Cyber threat intelligence is the gathering of digital information, which an organization uses to understand the cyber threats that have, will or currently are targeting the organization.

The purpose of threat intelligence is to keep organizations informed of the risks and how to act against the imminent threats. Taking the intelligence data and use it as an advantage against bad actors, preventing them from gaining access to valuable information and/or data.

The average cost of a data breach is 3.92 million

The online threat landscape is constantly evolving putting increasing pressure on organizations. The need for managing security vulnerabilities has never been higher.

Protect your business with ReTrust

Cyber threat intelligence comes in different shapes and sizes and are used in many layers of security and risk assessment. It is important to know your users on digital platforms, and cyber threat intelligence can help distinguish between fraudsters and true users.

ReTrust is powered by security leader, IBM, and delivered by and is the only service provider giving you full access to IBM Trusteer in a cost-effective as-a-Service model.

ReTrust is built on advanced technology from IBM. IBM Trusteer is a digital trust tool that uses five different technologies to identify fraudulent sessions. The sessions are accumulated and analyzed by IBM Trusteer, which have 43 billion session scans every month. All the analyzed data from the scanned sessions is available from day 1 with ReTrust. As all sessions are scanned, and ReTrust learns to identify and know how your customers act. That means that if we have detected a fraudster trying to access your competitor or even a business outside your industry, we will make sure that you receive the intelligence needed for you to take action against the fraudster.

The digital landscape is constantly changing, and fraudsters are always trying to find new ways of infiltrating your business. It has never been more important to create digital trust between you, your business, and customers.

Think security, think Digital Trust.

Gregor Frimodt-Møller

Gregor Frimodt-Møller

Anycloud CEO

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