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IBM recently released their 2024 X-Force Threat Intelligence Index.

According to IBM, this report offers data on the threat landscape “as a resource to IBM clients, researchers in the security industry, policy makers, the media, and the broader community of security professionals and business leaders. It’s [their] intent to keep all parties informed of the current threat landscape so they can make the best decisions for reducing risk.”

Part of the threat landscape includes an analysis from Red Hat Insights on the aggregated threats that the Insights team can see affects Red Hat customers. 

Red Hat Insights can help you better understand your overall security posture and it is included with your existing Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat OpenShift, and Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform subscriptions. To learn more about Insights visit our Red Hat Insights product page.

To learn more from IBM and to download the report go to: ​  

About the author

John Spinks is a Senior Principal Technical Marketing Manager for Red Hat. He acts as a subject matter expert for Red Hat Management products including Satellite and Insights. Previous experience includes almost 10 years as a Technical Marketing Engineer for NetApp in RTP, NC.

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