Definitions

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  • n. The various possible threats, the spectrum of possible threats.

Etymologies

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threat +‎ -scape

Examples

  • I was inspired by the fascinating security "threatscape," or how the world is evolving to embrace technology and the malevolent effects this has on a society living in a digital world.

    Getting Inside the Mind of a Hacker

  • As a disclaimer, I should add that GreyLogic is in discussions with RecordedFuture to provide it with our intelligence data stream on state and non-state actors and the global cyber threatscape.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Mike Rothman, Senior Vice President of Strategy for eIQnetworks (and who many of you are familiar for sharing his security expertise right here on ebizQ), talks about the recent fiasco at the Heartland Payment Systems data breach and what the threatscape looks like ahead.

    ebizQ Business and IT Agility News

  • While there is an increase in IT security expenses required to keep up with the growing threatscape and regulatory environment, there is a decrease in revenues in the market.

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  • "Our more than 130 OEM partners have grown to trust and rely on our dynamic, real-time solutions to meet the changing threatscape."

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  • Today's vast threatscape of duplicitous Trojan horses, invisible exploits, and slithering worms make antivirus protection a must.

    eCoustics.com product reviews

  • "Today's Internet threatscape has become complex, riddled with malware, spam and blended threats that can compromise the integrity and security of small and medium businesses," said Arthur Cheng, DrayTek senior vice president of Sales & Marketing Division.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

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