Threat Pattern Life Cycle Development 

Recognizing Threat Patterns in Security Monitoring

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Security professionals seeking to thwart the next threat to their IT systems might benefit from a better understanding of the software development life cycle approach. In a software development context, a design pattern represents a template for a repeatable, stable and reproducible solution to a known and addressable problem. In the same way, threat patterns reflect a knowable set of facts that can be viewed as a potential method of attack or compromise. Recognizing these threat patterns is key to increasing your enterprise's threat detection rates.

Using this development life cycle approach is valuable, but it also introduces new factors to consider. Our FREE white paper, Threat Pattern Life Cycle Development, explores the advantages of deploying threat patterns in security monitoring solutions. Learn how to increase the efficiency of your enterprise’s security operations center, while managing threats that evolve over time.

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