The need to foster sharing of cyberthreat data and security intelligence among businesses and other organizations is more pressing than ever.
IBM's X-Force Exchange emphasizes collaboration and intelligence sharing, using strategies used in the Dark Web to promote security and defeat criminals.
To win the war against black hat developers, white hats must collaborate with each other and their customers to share threat intelligence.
Multilayered exchanges focused on shared threat intelligence can work to identify, stop and prevent security attacks, limiting the resulting damage.
Malware Patient Zeros: How Threat Intelligence and Herd Immunity Can Help Prevent the Spread of Infections
Organizations can borrow lessons from the medical industry and use herd immunity and information sharing to stop the spread of malware.
Threat intelligence sharing is gaining acceptance and momentum in the security community. Here are a few suggestions to get started on the right foot.
Defenders must share threat data and methods across organizations and industries. Threat intelligence requires a common machine-readable format.
As cybersecurity incidents increase in frequency and severity, new legislation is being proposed to share information among organizations.
When it comes to reporting a vulnerability disclosure, there are many discussions happening about what is right and what is "responsible."
A threat intelligence report prepared for the U.K. government suggests IT professionals need better information to protect against cybercriminals.