If white hats hope to outduel the black hats, they need to learn to collaborate and share information just as their enemies do.
The U.K. has launched an organization that will prioritize information security and information sharing across businesses and industries.
IBM Security and Check Point worked together to create a collaborative defense with superior threat intelligence and mobile threat management.
Building a collaborative defense requires sharing information among trustworthy sources on an efficient platform such as IBM's X-Force Exchange.
STIX is the language used to share cyberthreats, and all security professionals and organizations should know how to use it effectively.
2015 had a lot of cybersecurity challenges, but many of these incidents have set up 2016 to be a year of opportunities for individuals and enterprises.
IBM is moving into the next phase of collaborative defense with the addition of two new security and threat intelligence tools.
Embedded devices may be sharing information such as cryptographic keys — which leaves the door wide open for cybercriminals to steal this data.
As the season of reflection and thanks is upon us, we here at Security Intelligence decided to ask what our contributors are thankful for this year.
IBM's X-Force Exchange encourages security professionals to share threat intelligence information, which in turn helps the entire industry advance.