INUShort for Internal Nonhostile Unstructured, it is a threat defined by Symantec Corporation to mean an individual within an organization who has physical access to network components. This individual is not motivated to disrupt mission operations but can do so unknowingly. INU threats are typically unskilled users who make mistakes that can impact mission operations.
Contrast with INS (Internal Nonhostile Structured).
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