To effectively share threat intelligence, security professionals must develop processes, resources and trust relationships with other industry players.
The Threat Feed Manager tool in X-Force Exchange enables analysts to integrate threat intelligence data into collections to share with the IT community.
A security researcher disclosed a new phishing scam that prompts users to click a malicious link and enter login information to unlock a fraudulent PDF.
IBM added a Collections feature to its X-Force Exchange that enables researchers to share reports and engage in collaborative defense.
Authored by Mike Spradbery, Technical Leader, IBM Security, UK & Ireland. Earlier this month, more than 80 security leaders entered the next-generation security operations center (SOC) experience at IBM Business Connect in London to see the...
The financial industry’s increasing dependence on advanced technologies has two major implications. First, the financial companies that adopt these technologies are able to leverage new and improved services, solve legacy issues and introduce...
A panel titled "Share Your Services, Not Your Threats" discussed how government departments can share services without sacrificing security.
According to a new cybercrime report from the U.K.'s National Crime Agency, digitally enabled fraud and computer misuse now outstrip traditional crime.
Threat intelligence is a critical source of information that can enrich most security products and defensive strategies.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has partnered with security firm Galois to develop a collaborative DDoS defense protection solution.