The Value of Shared Threat Intelligence

Chad Berndtson

Category: Cybersecurity

In a recent column for SecurityWeek, Scott Simkin examines the challenge of sharing threat intelligence among security vendors, but notes how vendors who treat threat intelligence as intellectual property are doing more harm than good when it comes to stopping cyber attacks.

As Scott writes, “When vendors and individuals try to keep threat intelligence private, they limit the ability of the entire group to identify and mitigate new threats as they are developed and launched against organizations.”

Read Scott’s article at here.
Learn about Palo Alto Networks AutoFocus and actionable threat intelligence here.
Learn more about the Cyber Threat Alliance here.

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