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Digital Security: Taking an Uncompromising Stand
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MichaelFey
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MichaelFey,
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10/24/2014 | 10:16:46 PM
Re: Intel sharing
As part of the US Government's push to improve cybersecurity (EO 13636), we are seeing much more investment in controlled sharing of threat intelligence within vertical groups. Recently, the DHS announced that 8 industries were working with them to gain access to threat intelligence. As the government is often the first to detect a breach or indicator of attack, and there are indicators and attack patterns that cross industries, we are supportive of this initiative. There are also efforts such as the FS-ISAC / DTCC Soltra (soltra(dot)com), but that is not quite the same as SWIFT. SWIFT is foundational automation for the business world, Soltra is a joint effort between DTCC and FS-ISAC. They seem to be aspiring to do some of the same things.
Marilyn Cohodas
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Marilyn Cohodas,
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10/22/2014 | 8:04:06 AM
Intel sharing
Interesting blog, Mike. curious to know if there are similar organizations to SWIFT  for intel sharing in other industries outside of financial? 


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