In 2016, Aflac noticed a rapid increase in security threats targeting its employees – more than 15,000 worldwide. The company had to take action, says SVP and global chief security officer Tim Callahan, but there was a problem – it didn’t have the sophisticated analytics tools to understand the threats against it.

“We were increasing our intake of threat intelligence type information,” Callahan explains. “But we didn't have good strong correlation ability."

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