The X-Force Exchange threat intelligence sharing platform brings collaboration to the forefront of the ongoing fight against WannaCry and other malware.
Cisco and IBM recently announced they are joining forces to empower cybersecurity teams to more effectively share threat data.
Since its inception two years ago, the IBM X-Force Exchange has grown into a comprehensive hub for industrywide threat intelligence collaboration.
Nowadays, most organizations' networks are under constant attack. Cognitive security is the key to locating IoCs within the tsunami of threat intelligence.
The IBM X-Force Exchange includes an email inbox feature that cuts down on information overload and enables analysts to easily share threat intelligence.
Threat intelligence exchanges enable companies to detect and respond to incidents more effectively, but only if they take the necessary steps to prepare.
To properly manage risk, security analysts must understand the threats and vulnerabilities that exist on their networks and assess their consequences.
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.
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