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Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI)

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Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI)

Threat intelligence is the sum of knowledge about threat data and threat actors that allows an organization to understand the security risks it faces, now and in the future. This knowledge is used to prepare, prevent, and identify cyberattacks before they get executed against your organization. CTI provides information about possible adversaries, capabilities, and motivations; it allows an organization to become proactive instead of reactive to mitigate future cyber-attacks. CTI can cover all organization's IT areas, including cloud and network security. Dr Varin Khera looks at the definition of Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI), why it is essential, introduces the different intelligence sources, and discusses the intelligence life cycle.

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