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Microsoft Unveils New Intelligence-Sharing Platform
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Kelly Jackson Higgins
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Kelly Jackson Higgins,
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6/25/2014 | 6:40:14 AM
Re: Great development
Legal departments can be the biggest hurdle to intel-sharing. But when you think about how some of the biggest industries around engage in this practice regularly, such as financial services and defense contractors (and most recently, retail), it shouldn't be such an ordeal to get enterprise buy-in.
Marilyn Cohodas
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Marilyn Cohodas,
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6/24/2014 | 4:09:02 PM
Re: Great development
I assume the reason that the reasons organizations don't share is because of confidentiality and concerns about protecting proprietary information. At least with Interflow, some of the processing issues are addressed through automation. 
Kelly Jackson Higgins
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Kelly Jackson Higgins,
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6/24/2014 | 10:01:54 AM
Re: Great development
The goal of STIX, TAXII specs is to end the manual process of sharing intel. With Microsoft on board, that should help propel the adoption, for sure. But there are still a lot of orgs out there who do not engage in intel-sharing.
Marilyn Cohodas
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Marilyn Cohodas,
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6/24/2014 | 8:33:52 AM
Great development
Interflow seems like a great -- and much needed -- intel-sharing platform for the IR team. It's hard to believe that what sharing that has been taking place until now has been cut and paste! What a welcome addition to the toolset. 

 


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