IBM's X-Force Exchange is a threat intelligence platform that facilitates information sharing and research surrounding indicators of compromise.
What happens when a kitten and an information security analyst walk into a bar? In one scenario, the kitten teaches the expert some things about security.
IBM's X-Force Exchange encourages security professionals to share threat intelligence information, which in turn helps the entire industry advance.
The latest 2015 IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Quarterly focuses on the lessons learned from security research throughout the year.
There are many security tools available to enterprises today, and the current threat landscape is forcing providers to alter their offerings.
Threat sharing is getting more and more attention from security professionals to detect and quickly respond to security threats.
IBM Security X-Force researchers have discovered instances of the Kronos banking Trojan and Zeus Sphinx malware being used by cybercriminals in the wild.
The Shifu banking Trojan has gone through yet another rejuvenation, this time transforming to target banks and wealth management firms in the U.K.
Forecasting a data breach doesn't have to be difficult. With the help of threat intelligence and collaboration, organizations can spot vulnerabilities.
CoreBot's developers have evolved the malware into a full-fledged banking Trojan that executes a variety of attacks to steal victims' bank credentials.