Threat intelligence is the glue that holds security together. It helps create a picture of the most serious threats facing any organization.
Threat intelligence is a critical source of information that can enrich most security products and defensive strategies.
The European Union is embracing new methods of botnet detection to fight cybercrime and improve the security of member nations.
News of another SWIFT attack has the network and banks arguing about incident response — and disagreeing about with whom the responsibility lies.
Financial network SWIFT is hoping users will help with threat information sharing and collaboration in an effort to curb cyberfraud.
IBM and Samsung have entered a partnership that will prioritize driving security innovation throughout the energy and utilities industry.
There are many types of hackers, but under certain circumstances both black hats and white hats may collaborate to reach a common goal.
Cybercriminals may be the ones setting the security agenda, but security professionals can collaborate to defeat malicious actors and improve defenses.
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.