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.
The Power of Community Defense: Using a Combination of Threat Intelligence, Information Sharing and Open Standards
Using community defense, organizations can band together to promote increased information sharing to alert others about potentially dangerous threats.
As the security threat landscape evolves, organizations should consider using STIX, TAXII and CybOX to help with standardizing threat information.