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Threat Hunting 101

A Framework for Building and Maturing a Proactive Threat Hunting Program

Many security teams are overwhelmed and overworked, and consequently stuck in reactive mode. One way teams look to proactively identify threats and mitigate vulnerabilities is through threat hunting – but how do you know where to begin and what to look for? Getting started can be the hardest part. That’s why we’ve put together a guide to simplify the process and get your team hunting. Access our threat hunting guide for a step-by-step framework that you can use to kick off a proactive threat hunting program at your organization.

You’ll learn:

  • Why threat hunting is necessary to transition organizations away from reactive security postures
  • What prerequisites a team needs before starting to threat hunt
  • How to conduct threat hunting exercises for maximum impact

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