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Abstract: This work defines the security intelligence of a system based on secure multiparty computation in terms of correctness, fairness, trust, transparency, accountability, reliability, consistency, confidentiality, data integrity, non-repudiation, authentication, authorization, correct identification, privacy, safety and audit. It defines the security intelligence of a system comprehensively with a novel concept of collective intelligence. The cryptographic notion of security is applied to assess, analyze and mitigate the risks of bio-terrorism today. This work also tries to resolve the conflict between the security intelligence and business intelligence in the context of bio-terrorism and highlights the new cryptographic challenges.Keywords: Secure multi-party computation, Security intelligence, Threat analytics, Business intelligence, Cross border bio-terrorism
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