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Screening Multiple Targets for Cybersecurity

Vejune Tamuliunaite

Vejune Tamuliunaite

2021-01-141 min read

As the cybersecurity industry faces multiple challenges, defenders and devious threat actors are constantly trying to outsmart each other. Every day hackers exploit stolen credentials for accounts, such as bank systems or streaming services. According to recent research, more than 15 billion credentials are in circulation in cybercriminal marketplaces, including the dark web. 

Gathering data on possible digital threats is more relevant than ever before.  In order to streamline security operations and mitigate risk, cybersecurity companies need to monitor numerous websites, harvest data from multiple sources and analyze large volumes of intelligence. While gaining a broader perspective of threats is especially beneficial, screening multiple targets can be challenging and requires prior knowledge and research.

This whitepaper outlines:

  • What is cyber threat intelligence

  • Why do companies need cyber threat intelligence

  • How web scraping can power up gathering data for cybersecurity operations

  • The most common challenges and data acquisition methods

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About the author

Vejune Tamuliunaite

Vejune Tamuliunaite

Former Product Content Manager

Vejune Tamuliunaite is a former Product Content Manager at Oxylabs with a passion for testing her limits. After years of working as a scriptwriter, she turned to the tech side and is fascinated by being at the core of creating the future. When not writing in-depth articles, Vejune enjoys spending time in nature and watching classic sci-fi movies. Also, she probably could tell the Star Wars script by heart.

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