Sure, much has been said about the benefits of corporate threat intelligence. But what if you’re doing something wrong?

Are there a collection of common mistakes that GSOCs and security teams make when using open-sourced intelligence in their operations — mistakes that compromise the safety of people and property?

Yep.

Kyle Baker, Product Specialist here at Liferaft Inc, is on the show this week.

In this episode, Kyle reveals the seven most common mistakes organizations make when it comes to applying OSINT for corporate security.

Expect to learn the limitations of artificial intelligence, the accidental oversight that can cripple investigations, the dangerous corners of the web most security teams overlook completely, the value of building a diverse team, and much more.


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