Cyber Threat Intelligence and best practices

Gupta Bless
5 min readJun 25, 2023


A threat is an action, either recently found or resurfacing as a result of an old misconfiguration, that has the potential to cause significant damage to the system. The severity of that depends on the amount of resources lost, but these risks can steal confidential information and compromise data integrity.

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We are aware of the dangers that exist but also know how to mitigate them. Threat analysts use the data collected and analyzed to create plans to eliminate, deter, or lessen the effects of potential dangers. Thus, threat intelligence is a preventative measure that helps a security team lessen the likelihood of a danger before it causes serious harm. When it comes to making investments in security infrastructure or ensuring regulatory compliance, organizations can benefit greatly from the insight provided by threat intelligence. In addition to aiding in risk assessment and providing essential suffix-level understanding about threats, threat intelligence can be invaluable in facilitating a rapid and effective reaction to incidents.

Different Cyber threat intelligence techniques