A multitude of cyber threat intelligence sources exist, ranging from open source cyber threat intelligence (e.g. mailing lists, expert blogs,...) to cyber threat intelligence sharing communities that exchange the needed information among each other. Due to the hetereogenity of these sources it is limited feasible to compare and classify them. Therefore, a taxonomy is needed to systematically classify them and make their characteristics transparent. The goal of this work is to analyze the characteristics of different cyber threat intelligence sources and create a taxonomy to classify them.
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