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Threat Intelligence

11/27/2017
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Steve Zurier
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8 Low or No-Cost Sources of Threat Intelligence

Here's a list of sites that for little or no cost give you plenty of ideas for where to find first-rate threat intelligence.
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Department of Homeland Security, Automated Indicator Sharing

The Department of Homeland Securitys free Automated Indicator Sharing (AIS) website was set up for private companies to share cyber threat indicators with the federal government. Typical threat indicators available are information such as malicious IP addresses or the sender address of phishing emails. DHS aims to create an ecosystem where as soon as a company or federal agency observes an attempted compromise, the indicator will be shared with all AIS participants. Federal officials say while AIS wont eliminate sophisticated cyber threats, it will clear out the less sophisticated attacks, making it possible for the federal government and private companies to focus on the more pernicious targeted attacks.

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11/30/2017 | 11:54:42 AM
Re: Where is the list?
Thanks for touching base. It's in Slideshow format. You should be able to click on the arrows under the overview page and go Slide by Slide to see the list. Let me know if you still have any problems. 
tdsan
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tdsan,
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11/30/2017 | 11:50:23 AM
Where is the list?
I could be missing something, but I was curious where is the list you are referencing in your article?

Please advise.
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