"Digital threat hunting refers to proactively analyzing large quantities of data, processing information that is both internal to a business and generated from public internet data sets. By closely examining these relationships, threat analysts can spot new connections, group attack activity, and uncover evidence to legitimize claims. More importantly, this method allows analysts to see the full scope of a targeted attack, enabling threat preventionists to limit the impact of an attempted breach and ultimately block dangerous infrastructure."
RiskIQ President and COO Dan Schoenbaum sat down with Forbes to discuss digital threat hunting on a global scale.
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