Everyone in the cybersecurity industry knows that intelligence sharing can be valuable. However, getting value out of sharing efforts often proves quite frustrating. Ad hoc efforts can provide key information on specific issues, but they do not scale and are hard to maintain. Automated sharing scales, but finding what you need in the flood of resulting data is difficult. The Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA) works hard to make intelligence sharing valuable to its members, whether at a human or an automated scale. Over the past four years, our members have learned some key lessons about how to extract value out of CTA’s shared intelligence.
Join Broadcom Symantec’s Joe Chen, Check Point’s Dorit Dor, Cisco Talos’ Matt Watchinski, and CTA’s Michael Daniel to talk about how these members make intelligence sharing work for their companies while supporting the broader ecosystem.