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<p>One of the possible methodologies is to use tags to mark the information and convey the current state of an analysis.</p>
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<p>For instance the MISP Workflow <a href="#Taxonomy">[Taxonomy]</a> allows the user to describe the state of an analysis, as <code>complete</code> or <code>incomplete</code>. Moreover, it can be used to clearly specify what still needs to be done using the <code>todo</code> tags. The workflow taxonomy is separated into two parts. One part is related to the actions to be done (<code>todo</code>) and the other part is about the current state of the analysis(<code>state</code>) such as <code>incomplete</code>, <code>draft</code> or <code>complete</code>.</p>
<p>For instance the MISP Workflow <a href="#Taxonomy">Taxonomy</a> allows the user to describe the state of an analysis, as <code>complete</code> or <code>incomplete</code>. Moreover, it can be used to clearly specify what still needs to be done using the <code>todo</code> tags. The workflow taxonomy is separated into two parts. One part is related to the actions to be done (<code>todo</code>) and the other part is about the current state of the analysis(<code>state</code>) such as <code>incomplete</code>, <code>draft</code> or <code>complete</code>.</p>
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<p>The MISP Workflow <a href="#Taxonomy">[Taxonomy]</a> can be expanded with local or global values. There are many existing todo such as <code>workflow:todo="check-passive-dns-for-shared-hosting"</code> or action related to the analysis <code>workflow:todo="preserve-evidence"</code>.</p>
<p>The MISP Workflow <a href="#Taxonomy">Taxonomy</a> can be expanded with local or global values. There are many existing todo such as <code>workflow:todo="check-passive-dns-for-shared-hosting"</code> or action related to the analysis <code>workflow:todo="preserve-evidence"</code>.</p>
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<p><a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open-source_intelligence">Open-source intelligence</a> (OSINT) is data collected from publicly available sources to be used in an intelligence context.[1] In the intelligence community, the term "open" refers to overt, publicly available sources (as opposed to covert or clandestine sources). It is not related to open-source software or public intelligence. OSINT under one name or another has been around for hundreds of years. With the advent of instant communications and rapid information transfer, a great deal of actionable and predictive intelligence can now be obtained from public, unclassified sources. Source <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open-source_intelligence">"Open-source intelligence"</a> - <a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/">CCBYSA</a>.</p>
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<dt><a id="Taxonomy"></a>Taxonomy</dt>
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<p>MISP Taxonomies is a set of common classification libraries to tag, classify and organise information. Taxonomy allows to express the same vocabulary among a distributed set of users and organisations.</p>
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# If ../misp-website exists, copy over. This is for core MISP maintainers with write access to the website.
[[ -d ../misp-website ]] && cp book.html ../misp-website-new/best-practices-in-threat-intelligence.html
[[ -d ../misp-website ]] && cp book.pdf ../misp-website-new/best-practices-in-threat-intelligence.pdf
[[ -d ../misp-website ]] && cp book.html ../misp-website/best-practices-in-threat-intelligence.html
[[ -d ../misp-website ]] && cp book.pdf ../misp-website/best-practices-in-threat-intelligence.pdf
scp book.pdf circl@cppz.circl.lu:/var/www/misp-project.org/best-practices-in-threat-intelligence.pdf
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