Cyber Threat Intelligence
Cyber threat intelligence (CTI) is information about current and potential threats to an organization's computer systems and networks.
It is used to understand and mitigate the risks posed by these threats.
CTI can come from a variety of sources, including open-source information, intelligence communities, and threat intelligence vendors. It is typically analyzed and processed to provide context and relevance to the organization that is seeking to protect itself.
CTI is used by organizations to:
Understand the motivations and capabilities of threat actors
Identify current and potential threats to their systems and networks
Determine the likelihood and potential impact of these threats
Develop and implement strategies to mitigate the risks posed by these threats
By using CTI, organizations can proactively defend against cyber attacks and protect their assets. It is an essential component of a comprehensive cyber security program.