Abstract not available as the journal does not use it. Read the full article [here](https://doi.org/10.1080/08850607.2020.1780062) and the accompanying blog post [here](https://krisk.io/post/cti/).
Over the last decade the field of Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) has emerged, which aims to preempt cyber threats by combining aspects from Computer Science and the Intelligence field. Something like Risk Management, but less dusty, practical, operational and able to deal with a highly dynamic environment.
In an ever-changing landscape of adversary tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs), malware remains the tool of choice for attackers to gain a foothold on target systems. The Mitre ATT&CK framework is a taxonomy of adversary TTPs. It is meant to …
Most cyber security practitioners are by now aware of the Mitre ATT&CK framework and the tremendous potential it holds for increasing the understanding and mitigation of adversary TTPs. Within the Computer Science realm however, the framework has caught less altitude than in the infosec blogosphere.