Linux Security Week: July 5, 2021
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What Is Threat Intelligence?
Threat intelligence (or threat intell) is information used to understand past, present, and future threats targeting an organization. It is evidence-based knowledge about a previous, existing or emerging threat to organizational assets. Learn why Threat Intelligence is a critical component of a comprehensive, proactive cybersecurity strategy.