TTPs - Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures Home Cybersecurity Dictionary TTPs - Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures TTPs define how hackers orchestrate and manage attacks. These are representations of the typical behavior, or modus operandi, of cyber adversaries. For instance, certain hacking groups use certain tools and behave in certain ways. Understanding the TTPs of threat actors is a critical element to effective cyber defense and incident response. TTPs can be a part of cyber threat intelligence. Related TermsCTI - Cyber Threat IntelligenceIndicator of Compromise (IOC) Share: Seeking Clarity? View the Cybersecurity Dictionary for top terms searched by your peers. Back to the Dictionary RELATED INSIGHTS BLOG January 19, 2017 TTPs Within Cyber Threat Intelligence TTPs are the “patterns of activities or methods associated with a specific threat actor or group of threat actors.” See Details Read more about TTPs Within Cyber Threat Intelligence BLOG June 20, 2017 Cyber Threat Intelligence – Putting out Fires or Firefighting? When it comes to fighting malware, combating nation-state threats, and securing digital assets, the information security industry has much to learn fr... See Details Read more about Cyber Threat Intelligence – Putting out Fires or Firefighting? BLOG October 31, 2018 Titanic - Lessons Learned for Cyber Security Computer security professionals are all too familiar with the “cat and mouse” game seen on the global stage of the enemy and defenders. History does i... See Details Read more about Titanic - Lessons Learned for Cyber Security How Can We Help? Let us know what you need, and we will have an Optiv professional contact you shortly.