As part of an ongoing security monitoring process, your organization uses various sources of information to stay informed about potential threats. Which of the following best describes the role of threat feeds in this context?
Threat feeds are automatically generated reports detailing the organization’s adherence to its internal security policies.
Threat feeds are the alerts generated by intrusion detection systems (IDS) when a potential security incident is occurring.
Threat feeds are mandatory compliance requirements that all organizations must follow to stay aligned with industry security practices.
Threat feeds supply proactive, actionable intelligence about emerging threats and Indicators of Compromise (IoCs) that can be integrated into security tools.
|Attacks, Threats, and Vulnerabilities
|Architecture and Design
|Operations and Incident Response
|Governance, Risk, and Compliance