Why We Switched from Reactive to Proactive Threat Hunting (And Why It Led to Finding More Threats)


Threat hunting can be reactive (looking for known, knowns) and proactive (unknowns), and the effectiveness can vary depending on the quality of the threat intel used. In this edition of #TechTalkTuesday, we explore how we found more threats when we changed our threat-hunting approach to cover knowns and unknowns and why the dual approach led us to find more threats during threat-hunting engagements.

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