Cyber Threat Intelligence Sharing, the new cybersecurity measure

With a new project called Cyber Threat Intelligence Sharing, CrowdSec, an open-source, collaborative CTI platform with detection and remediation capabilities, is leading the way in the Cyber Threat Intelligence space.

Cyber Threat Intelligence Sharing is intended to bring people together on the basis of cybersecurity, ultimately pushing it away. Because a threat to one organization can quickly become a threat to many others, businesses and other organizations must share information and collaborate to stay safe online.

By sharing information about known vulnerabilities and attacks, the sharing community can employ appropriate steps to safeguard themselves and their systems. While expecting future dangers, this can help them avoid costly downtime and reputational damage.

It also allows businesses to share and access real-time cyber threat intelligence and threat information without revealing sensitive network and system information. This enables organizations to collaborate and share information while remaining secure.

Another advantage is the ability to quickly respond to new threats. By sharing information about ongoing attacks, we can deploy countermeasures to protect ourselves and our systems in minutes. This can help to mitigate the severity of an attack and prevent further damage.

The sources for this piece include an article in TheHackerNews.

IT World Canada Staff
IT World Canada Staff
The online resource for Canadian Information Technology professionals.

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