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Think Like a Defender: Threat Intelligence in a Digital World

calendar icon December 25, 2018 | by Gideon Ford

With the number of cyber attackers becoming more advanced and security breaches growing, cyber threat intelligence can feel like the great unknown. However, it’s vital to any organization by helping them gain knowledge on possible security threats and aids in defending against them. Threat intelligence analyzes data about emerging threats and deploys the proper solution to defend against that threat. It is the best way to stay up-to-date with threats and helps you become more proactive about future threats.

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Gideon Ford

About Gideon Ford

Gideon Ford is a Professional Services Help Desk Technician for Office1 working to solve all issues related to IT. Gideon has worked with IT for nearly a decade and is familiar with Information Systems Security, Networking, SMB and Mobile Technologies, and providing remote support for those users. He has also worked with and supported a Department of Defense Aviation Contractor providing Network and Security support. Provided Mobile device technical support for a wireless carrier and most recently was part of AppleCare’s Senior Technical support team. Gideon Received his Bachelor of Science in 2012 from Westwood College in Denver in Information Systems Security. In addition to his degree specialty, he has trained in the areas of A+, Network+, and Security+ to name a few.

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