Recorded Future Overview

Recorded Future is the #1 ranked solution in our list of top Digital Risk Protection tools. It is most often compared to Digital Shadows: Recorded Future vs Digital Shadows

What is Recorded Future?
Recorded Future arms security teams with threat intelligence powered by patented machine learning to lower risk. Our technology automatically collects and analyzes information from an unrivaled breadth of sources and provides invaluable context that’s delivered in real time and packaged for human analysis or instant integration with existing security technology.
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Recorded Future Customers
Fujitsu, Regions, SITA, St. Jude Medical, Accenture, T-Mobile, TIAA, Intel Security, Armor, Alert Logic, NTT, Splunk
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Security Operations Lead at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
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Great dashboard, pretty stable, and good at threat intelligence gathering

What is our primary use case?

Recorded Future covers a lot of different use cases. For example, we are using it for threat intelligence research. We do use the tool to make active research on what is found around the threat. We look at patterns, for example, and see what can be elaborated on from that. In another use case, we use it to get all the IOCs registered and use it after that to allow other intelligence technologies to feed into that to prevent any issues for customers. We can also use it for active monitoring in the customer interface. We can monitor the business side of a campaign. We can monitor for specific… more »

Pros and Cons

  • "As a threat intelligence tool, it's very helpful."
  • "The solution would benefit from introducing automation."

What other advice do I have?

At the moment the solution is hosted on a SaaS. It's hosted on their own cloud that they are managing. We only have access to a part that is completely isolated from other customers and in another area. As far as I know, we are using the latest version of the solution. As it's cloud-based, it's constantly updated independently. If a company is ready to introduce the solution, my main recommendation would be to have a really, really good threat intelligence team working on-site beforehand. If you don't have a good design or a good knowledge of threat intelligence you will never get the insights…