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How To Share Threat Intelligence Through CISA: 10 Things To Know
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li'l ciso
li'l ciso,
User Rank: Strategist
4/12/2016 | 11:55:17 AM
Check your sources!
Why is UnitedLex a source for cybersecurity?  They're a firm that does e-discovery.  It looks like UntiredLex hired a lawyer who can maybe try to talk law firms out of more billable hours for cyber work, too.  This truly is a crowded field. Biggest threat to organizations is supposed cyber "experts". Good grief.
FutureDanger
FutureDanger,
User Rank: Apprentice
3/28/2016 | 11:32:19 AM
Europeans' personal data?
Be particularly careful of Europeans' personal data. But screw your own countrymen.
Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli,
User Rank: Ninja
3/28/2016 | 9:35:27 AM
Privacy
It's also worth pointing out that there's nothing stopping new laws or regulations broadening the allowable use of this stockpiled information -- regardless of what the rules are now.

(And, of course, this is to say nothing about the idea of agencies breaking the rules that govern them.)


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