ACTIVE THREAT (active security threat)

An active security threat is any action or event that could potentially compromise the confidentiality, integrity, or availability of information systems. This type of threat can take various forms, such as hacking, malware, phishing, or data leakage.

Information security specialists work to identify and mitigate these threats through a combination of technical measures such as firewalls, encryption and security software, and employee training.

Threats to IT security can come from a variety of sources, including organized criminal groups, insiders, or independent hackers. Therefore, it is important to take a proactive approach to ensuring IT security and constantly evaluate and update your security tools. Preparing for and responding to IT security threats requires developing security policies and procedures, conducting regular security audits, and creating an incident response plan.

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