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What is Feed Enrichment?

Feed enrichment in cybersecurity refers to the process of adding contextual information to raw security data to gain better insights and improve the effectiveness of security tools. This helps to increase the performance and efficiency of a Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution.

Enrichment Sources: Enrichment involves adding relevant information from various sources to this raw data. These sources can include:

    • Threat intelligence feeds: These feeds provide up-to-date information on known threats, vulnerabilities, and malicious actors. 
    • Internal data: Data on your organization's assets, vulnerabilities, and user activity can provide valuable context for security events.
    • External data: Geographical data, reputation lists, and other external sources can enrich the information and help prioritize threats.
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