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Glossary Definition

Threat Intelligence


Threat Intelligence

Also known as cyber threat intelligence (CTI), this is information an organization uses to understand the occurrence and assessment of cyber and physical threats. Threat intelligence solutions gather raw data on emerging or existing threats from a number of sources.

The data is compiled and filtered to produce intel feeds and reports to help organizations directly. These include knowledge, skills, and experience-based information to help mitigate the threat of potential attacks and harmful events from occurring.

Threat intelligence helps organizations with the overwhelming volume of threats, and it also encourages a proactive approach to future cybersecurity threats. It’s also a useful tool to keep leaders and stakeholders informed about the latest threats that could potentially impact their interests.

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