Updating the hunting process
For educational purposes, we are covering the topic of documentation after exemplifying how to hunt for the adversary using Mordor datasets, but it is a good practice to document as you go so that you can keep better track of what you are doing and also make adjustments to the whole process.
As stated in the previous section, by documenting your actions, you'll identify where there is room for improvement. Threat hunting should be a continuous improvement process. If you are carrying out hunts without learning any new, valuable lessons about your environment, your data, and your methodology, you are probably not doing something right. You should always strive for more.
If you decide to follow the model presented in this chapter, most of the information relevant for this phase will come from the "lessons learned" step. In my opinion, this step is crucial and you should not skip it, but in any case, you should always reflect on the process...