A Better Way to Exchange Threat Intelligence.
It is becoming increasingly difficult and costly for organizations to defend against cyberattacks on their own. More companies are reaching out to their peers and to other sources for threat intelligence data. This study by the Ponemon Institute indicates that exchanging threat intelligence with peers, industry groups, IT vendors, and government agencies results in a stronger security posture.
Based on responses from a survey of 1,200 IT and IT security practitioners, the report explores trends in the exchange and management of threat intelligence and the practices the organizations surveyed are using to measure the quality of exchanged information.
Detailed survey results presented in tabular format make the report an easy-to-use source of valuable guidance as you decide whether, how much, and how to exchange threat intelligence data with other organizations in your quest for better network security..