The IBM X-Force Exchange features new capabilities and notifications to help security analysts collaborate and share threat intelligence more efficiently.
Companies and governments around the world must test their cloud security capabilities to keep sensitive data safe from hacktivists and cyber enemies.
Cybercrime Without Borders: Bridging Gaps Between Public and Private Sectors to Ensure a Safer Future
Cybercrime affects businesses and government agencies equally, so why shouldn't the public and private sectors collaborate to secure their critical assets?
Cisco and IBM recently announced they are joining forces to empower cybersecurity teams to more effectively share threat data.
Since its inception two years ago, the IBM X-Force Exchange has grown into a comprehensive hub for industrywide threat intelligence collaboration.
The IBM X-Force Exchange includes an email inbox feature that cuts down on information overload and enables analysts to easily share threat intelligence.
Threat intelligence exchanges enable companies to detect and respond to incidents more effectively, but only if they take the necessary steps to prepare.
To properly manage risk, security analysts must understand the threats and vulnerabilities that exist on their networks and assess their consequences.
The InfoSec World 2017 main conference will feature more than 70 talks and collaborative sessions presented by familiar speakers and new voices.
To effectively share threat intelligence, security professionals must develop processes, resources and trust relationships with other industry players.