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What are false positives in Cyber Security?

A false positive is an error in which a result incorrectly indicates the presence of a condition. In cybersecurity a false positive is an alert that incorrectly identifies that malicious activity is occurring on a network. Security teams rely on security technologies to produce the least amount of false positive alerts as possible, so that they can hunt for and resolve real threats to their environments.

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