Category talk:Threat Agent
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- Thanks for the comments. You're absolutely right. The intent was not to indicate that 'threat' and 'threat agent' are the same thing. We simply moved the page and it left a redirect behind automatically. I like the idea of creating a model for the 'workflow' or attack-flow or risk-flow or whatever. Can you help us put an article together?