2020 Cyber Threat Intelligence Estimate (CTIE)
This report offers insight into critical threat activities, threat actors and topics crucial to breach prevention, plus recommendations you should consider when making decisions about your cybersecurity programs and investments, as well as risk management.
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Inspired by national intelligence estimates (analytical reports produced by the intelligence community of the United States for Congress), our report addresses evolving technology, threat actor updates and regulatory changes to keep you abreast of the latest global threat trends. Dig into the 2020 CTIE for:
- Vertical industry breach highlights
- Attack tools, techniques and procedures
- Hybrid threat actors
- Specific data breaches
- Dark Web practices, data and what changed
- COVID-19 effects and insights
By applying the best-practice recommendations provided by our CTIE report, decision-makers and influencers can strengthen their cybersecurity strategies and operations. For organizations that collect and analyze their threat intelligence, the information assembled here can validate and augment their findings.
*This report includes contributions from Carbon Black, Digital Shadows, Optiv’s Global Threat Intelligence Center (gTIC), Palo Alto Networks’ global threat intelligence team, SailPoint, Unit 42 and VMware.
Listen and Learn: 5 CTIE Podcasts
Optiv and select partners discuss what happened and what might happen, offering recommendations for improving your cybersecurity programs.
Critical CTIE Data Around the Who, What, Where and How
Optiv’s CTO, Todd Weber, discusses the company’s 2020 Cyber Threat Intelligence Estimate report, which provides an expert data-provisioned summary of today’s key threat activities, threat actors and topics crucial to current data breach prevention.
Verticals Most Impacted in the COVID-19 Era
Optiv and Digital Shadows’ Threat Researcher Kacey Clark discuss COVID-19 and the impact it has had to date on the Technology and Financial Services industries, as revealed in this year’s Optiv CTIE.
Compliance and Incident Response: Relieving New PressureOptiv and VMware Carbon Black Head Cybersecurity Strategist Tom Kellerman discuss the pressures of compliance and incident response in today’s cyber world, as revealed in this year’s Optiv CTIE.
Your IoT is Too OpenOptiv and Palo Alto Networks’ Unit 42 Deputy Director of Threat Intelligence Jen Miller-Osborn discuss the outlook of securing IoT as supported by the 2020 Optiv Cyber Threat Intelligence Estimate.
Remote Work, Identity Changes and Security ConcernsOptiv and SailPoint Senior Security Strategist Mike Kiser discuss the profound changes in worker and user identities in today’s pandemic era. The podcast addresses the blending of identities and work from home advances and how cybersecurity is impacted.