An inverted pyramid model for cybersecurity news
Back when journalists used electric telegraph machines to submit stories it made sense for them to transmit the who, what, when, where, and why of a news event first before sending over supporting details and other background information. The inverted pyramid structure for storytelling worked because readers got the most important and relevant information first.
We believe the same approach is fundamental to helping CISOs/CSOs and other security leaders get a better understanding of the threats facing their organizations and how to prioritize them. Information overload is as much a reality for security decision makers as alert fatigue is for those in the trenches defending their organizations against modern cyber threats.
At Daily Threat Intel we will lay out the basics of the most important security news, advisories, and alerts for the day to help you cut through the noise.
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