Often when we think of cyberespionage we think of the silhouette of someone in a hoodie in dark room hacking into a government agency to steal state secrets. And that happens, but that’s not the only place it happens. Sometimes cyberespionage occurs when manufacturer wants to find out how its competition is able to make certain parts lighter or stronger, the chemical formula for a new drug, or perhaps something as mundane as why Joe from sales saw Sally from a competitor sitting in a café in a town where she has no current customers.
This eBook looks at some of the threat intelligence techniques companies can use to detect cyberespionage and provides recommendations on what companies can do immediately to reduce their exposure. Threat intelligence can be key to reducing your attack profile.