Determine highest level tactical element
From a tactical viewpoint, an adversary could potentially have a primary and secondary level target. The primary target represents the highest level tactical element the adversary wishes to attack. For example, the corporate network within a corporation or the division within an agency.    
Detectable by Common Defenses (Yes/No/Partial): No
Explanation: Normally, defender is unable to detect. May change for special use cases or adversary and defender overlays.
Difficulty for the Adversary
Easy for the Adversary (Yes/No): Yes
Explanation: This is the normal adversary targeting cycle where they utilize our poor OPSEC practices to their advantage.
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