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Threat Intelligence Platforms: The Next 'Must-Have' For Harried Security Operations Teams
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6/6/2015 | 9:25:49 AM
Threat Modeling without Compliance goals or Remediation is only "Art"
Visualization of threat information is a great first step. Toolsets need to build this information into resilience objectives that align with standards and policy objectives. This toolset, built into redtigerlabs dot com, was designed specifically for SCADA and Crtitical Infrastructure, where this information is needed most. 
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6/4/2015 | 11:22:02 AM
Standards for federating threat intelligence information

As suggested in this article, federation across the many sources, platforms and tools for threat information is essential to understand and respond to the sophisticated threats we face today. We need to understand all threats and all hazards across all sources, particularly where cyber and physical come together. While startups can help, emerging standards are the key. There is an ongoing standards effort in the Object Management Group (OMG) to define a federating model such that tools that implement this standard will be able to federate, analize and exchange information in a variety of formats and technologies. CSOs and threat intelligence vendors may want to engage in this standard top make sure it meets the needs of the community. More information can be found on threatrisk dot org.



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