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DEFINITION: On the Internet, an intelligent agent (or simply an agent) is a program that gathers information or performs some other service without your immediate presence and on some regular schedule. Typically, an agent program, using parameters you have provided, searches all or some part of the Internet, gathers information you're interested in, and presents it to you on a daily or other periodic basis.  … 

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Threat Intelligence: Shrinking the Cybersecurity Data Gap
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WHITE PAPER: The average cost of a data breach reached $3.92B in 2019, and this figure continues to grow year-over-year. Simultaneously, security teams are struggling to keep up with evolving threats and false positives. As a result, more companies are adopting threat intelligence. Read this white paper to learn why it’s becoming more popular.
Posted: 27 Jul 2020 | Published: 27 Jul 2020

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