Building a Threat Intelligence Programme Research findings on best practices and impact

February 13, 2019

While there are many benefits to implementing a threat intelligence programme, most organizational leaders cite data security (46%) as the primary motivator. Most commonly, cybersecurity decision makers in organizations with a threat intelligence programme say their organization developed a threat intelligence programme to deal with data security (42%). Fewer note reducing risk (24%), response to a security incident (15%), compliance (12%), and cost reduction (7%) as motivation for developing a threat intelligence programme.

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Complete Technology

Founded in 2001, Complete Technology is now one of the leading IT companies in the Isle of Man. We provide IT services and support to a wide variety of companies both on the Isle of Man and remote office around the globe including the UK, Ireland, Hong Kong, Dubai, Singapore, Switzerland, Liechtenstein amongst others. Client operations range in size from less than 5 employees to over 350 employees.

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whitePaper | November 25, 2019

Cybersecurity threats against energy companies, including utilities, have been increasing at an alarming rate. A comprehensive approach to ensuring cyber protection is essential and should include cybersecurity threat detection as a standard element. But not all such cybersecurity solutions are created equal.

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FINX, a platform established since 2018 that is enabled by blockchain technology to create the world’s 1st comprehensive decentralized banking platform. FINX aspires to resolve the problem of high banking costs imposed by conventional banks and serve the unbanked market in Southeast Asia.

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2020 Cyber Security Predictions

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Threat Connect Cyber Survey Report

whitePaper | January 4, 2022

Whether you are in financial services, farming, or public infrastructure, the security threat to organizations has never been greater. Today, almost every company is a technology company in some shape or form and this can be a soft underbelly - open to attack. Cyber risk is the fastest-growing risk faced by businesses globally. A wide range of statistics and sources make it clear that attackers have become even more proficient over recent years, using automation to exploit vulnerabilities at an accelerated pace and frequency. Threats are even more widespread and complex than before.

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The Cyber Resilience Blueprint: A New Perspective on Security

whitePaper | December 15, 2019

In this sophisticated threat environment, traditional security tactics are failing. Symantec encourages organizations to revisit their security posture to build a more cyber resilient enterprise. Resilience is not defined by a series of checklists, but through evaluations based on the current threat environment and the acceptable risk level for the organization.

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Cloud-native security practicesin IBM Cloud

whitePaper | December 15, 2019

IBM Cloud™ is IBM’s high-performing public cloud platform, with data centers around the world that deliver cloud computing options from infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) to software as a service (SaaS). Security is a fundamental design principle for our cloud platform with market-leading security capabilities enabled for regulatory workloads.

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Complete Technology

Founded in 2001, Complete Technology is now one of the leading IT companies in the Isle of Man. We provide IT services and support to a wide variety of companies both on the Isle of Man and remote office around the globe including the UK, Ireland, Hong Kong, Dubai, Singapore, Switzerland, Liechtenstein amongst others. Client operations range in size from less than 5 employees to over 350 employees.

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