Enhance cybersecurity awareness and survivability for DoD, industry partners, and academia in the face of the ever-increasing threat of cyber attacks. Cybersecurity (CS) includes managing risks related to the use, processing, storage, and transmission of information and the systems and processes used for those purposes, including analog and physical form. CS includes information availability, identification and authentication, confidentiality, integrity, and non-repudiation as well as the economic considerations with respect to selection of CS techniques, CS processes, and industry trends.
Threat Data Vs. Threat Intelligence
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A comprehensive security program focuses on individual goals along with the understanding of processes that makes data useful intelligence. ‘Threat Intelligence’ has become a special buzzword in today’s cybersecurity landscape. However, not many people know what it truly means. The word ‘threat intelligence’ is often misused with ‘threat data’ but they are not the same. In fact, threat data is just a tiny part of the entire threat intelligence process.
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