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Intelligence-Driven Incident Response: Outwitting the Adversary

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Using a well-conceived incident response plan in the aftermath of an online security breach enables your team to identify attackers and learn how they operate. But, only when you approach incident response with a cyber threat intelligence mindset will you truly understand the value of that information. With this practical guide, you'll learn the fundamentals of intelligenc ...more
Paperback, 284 pages
Published September 9th 2017 by O'Reilly Media
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Freddie Barr-Smith
Mar 11, 2018 rated it it was amazing
A true pleasure to read. 9/10.
Francois Begin
Apr 21, 2018 rated it really liked it
A most excellent book on the subject. The author does a good job at covering what you need to know if you want to use intel efficiently to address incident response. My team is currently developing its capability on the intelligence/IR front so I could definitely relate to what the author is presenting. I really enjoyed this book: a great read, and it felt very fresh: it talks intelligently about modern intel/IR.

The only two criticisms I have are that I would have liked the author to cover more
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D.W. Metz
Threat Intelligence and Incident Response are distinct realms, however there is a lot of interplay between the two and they are highly dependent on each other. When you're ready to expand your IR practice from whack-a-mole responses to looking at the big picture, this book is a great place to start on that journey. ...more
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Well-rounded introductory book on threat intelligence and incident response. I like good definitions and explanations of buzzwords, it's quite rare in infosec. ...more
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