Lights, camera, action

Intelligence takes this process a stage further by interrogating data and information to tell a story (a forecast, for example) that can be used to inform decision making. Crucially, intelligence never answers a simple question, rather it paints a picture that can be used to help people answer much more complicated questions. (...) This intelligence doesn’t directly answer the question of whether you should be given the organ, but it does aid in their decision-making process.
Threat Data, Information, and Intelligence: What’s the Difference? a collection of common terms that now  belong to the process and tailored bussiness decisions, including design and concepts, as you allready know, by RFSID on March 8, 2017, via @RecordedFuture.

Threat Data, Information, and Intelligence: What’s the Difference?

Clear and concise, this yours truly still have his own reserves and disagrees ( theoreticals, of course) on the Big Data assertions meaning with this the importance of being buzz. Worth a read.
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