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Threat hunting: What is it? Threat intelligenceThe importance and importance of threat intelligence
What is threat hunting?
Threat hunting is the process of identifying cyber threats hidden within networks or data. This involves analyzing the environment to identify dangerous actors.
For avoiding such attacks, it is important to detect and respond to threats. Hackers and attackers may go unnoticed in a network for months, secretly collecting passwords to your data logins and eavesdropping upon your private information.
To conduct a successful threat search, you must take the following steps:
1. The Trigger: Threat hunters are alerted to a particular computer or network area when advanced detection systems detect unusual behavior that could indicate malicious activity. A new threat is often what triggers proactive hunting. A security team might investigate future threats that could bypass current defenses using fileless malware technology.
2. Investigation: The threat hunter uses technologies such as EDR (Endpoint Detection and Response), to assess a system’s vulnerability to hostile intrusion. The investigation will continue until it becomes clear that the activity isn’t harmful or all the information about the bad behavior are known.
3. Resolution: Security and operations teams use malicious activity information during the resolution phase in order to respond to incidents and minimize risk. Automation systems can be made more efficient by using data from both good and bad behavior without the need for more human assistance.
This procedure is used by cyber threat hunters to collect information about attackers’ tactics and objectives. They also use the information to gain insight into an organization’s security environment, predict future security improvements and fix existing vulnerabilities.
The importance of threat hunting
Investigate security incidents proactive
Threat hunting’s ultimate goal is to find cybercriminals who have gained access to the organization’s networks and systems. It can be used to detect attackers who have already penetrated the network’s defenses or established a hostile presence. Hunting is being used to hunt down cybercriminals.
This speeds up the investigation
Threat hunting provides security teams with more information about an incident. This includes determining its size, determining what caused it, and predicting how severe it will be. Active approaches, such as analyzing the computer network traffic for malicious content to investigate potential compromises and improve cyber defenses can help gather valuable data that can be used to investigate after-the-fact instances. This will allow you to identify and fix any issues.
Increases efficiency of SOCs
Threat hunting is human-centered, proactive and iterative. With the help of tools and frequent monitoring, as well as behavior-pattern search and regular monitoring, analysts are able to find false positives and save time.

Threat intelligence
Cyber threat intelligence is also known as threat intelligence. It is information that an organization uses in order to understand the risks that are currently, or will be, attacking them. This data is used for training, stopping, and detecting cyberattacks that attempt to take advantage valuable resources.
Threat intelligence can be used to help businesses in many ways in a world where cyber threats could cause a company’s collapse. It can collect useful information about these threats, create effective defensive systems, manage risks that could harm its operations, and protect its reputation.