Why ‘DIY Deep & Dark Web Intelligence’ is a Bad Idea

The Deep & Dark Web (DDW) remains the key source for invaluable data and intelligence pertaining to a wide range of cyber and physical threats, fraudulent activities, and malicious actors. Indeed, it’s a promising sign that more organizations are recognizing the critical need to incorporate intelligence derived from these online regions into their security and risk strategies. However, some organizations might be tempted either to obtain such intelligence themselves by using their own in-house teams and capabilities, or, to engage with companies who don’t have the vernacular and cultural understanding of the DDW.

Source : Security Week

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