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Going Deep and Dark: Mining Threat Intelligence from the Hidden Web

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Scratch the surface of the public internet and you'll quickly descend into the world of the deep and dark web. A place where secrets, malware and exploits are traded might not be a place where corporate teams want to tread.

However, the dark web holds a wealth of threat intelligence which, when put in the right context, can help organizations bolster their security.

By monitoring the hidden web for mentions of your brand or your industry, it is possible to pick up advanced notice of threats and exploits before they become an uncontrollable risk, but how do legitimate security officers mine the dark and deep webs safely, combine with technical intelligence from other sources, and use these data to their advantage?

In this webinar we'll look at:

  • The security intelligence hidden on the dark web
  • Ways to monitor and mine below the surface web for information
  • Ways of feeding dark web information into other threat intelligence
  • How to turn threat intelligence and threat hunting into tools the business can use to improve its security stance.

Speakers

Andrei Barysevich

Director of Advanced Collection, Recorded Future

    Chris Pace

    Technology Advocate, Recorded Future

      Stephen Pritchard

      Moderator, Infosecurity Magazine

        Konrads Smelkovs

        Manager, KPMG

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