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Blog Post: Taxonomy of Threat Landscape

The Blog Post "Taxonomy of Threat Landscape" was written by CyberSANE Partner, Julio Navarro from S2 Group.

It carefully describes why a threat taxonomy is important for identifying detection and prevention approaches, as different cyberattacks require different methods according to their nature. In this sense, a specific threat taxonomy is proposed in the context of CyberSANE project in order to characterise the attacks against Critical Information Infrastructures (CIIs) and to develop adapted security mechanisms.

Read the full Blog Post and learn more about CyberSANE Taxonomy with a total of 248 listed across 22 different threat types, based on ENISA's Threat Taxonomy: https://www.cybersane-project.eu/taxonomy-of-threat-landscape/