News   Published on 18 ottobre 2018

CTI – A community of communities

CTI – A community of communities

The cyber threat intelligence landscape has undergone rapid change in recent years. This can be attributed to three main factors. First, the growth in the number of security vendors has resulted in an increased supply of solutions and capabilities. Second, wide-ranging data protection legislation, government security incentivization and security stimulation programs, such as the NIS Directive, have driven investment in cyber threat intelligence. But perhaps the single biggest influence has been the rise in adoption of industry standards for managing cyber threat intelligence – STIX and TAXII. These standards have given rise to an increasing number of community-driven threat intelligence centers for sharing and propagating data. Today, organizations don’t need to map and constantly update their threat intelligence data to stay up to date. Instead, they can draw on the collective wisdom of intelligence communities, supported by open standards, for describing and reporting cyber threat feeds.

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