While some sharing organizations have already lasted for multiple decades, long-term collaborative efforts have not been as common in the cybersecurity industry as in other business areas. So the fact that the Cyber Threat Alliance is turning five years old this January represents a major milestone for the sector. Increasing collaboration while still competing fiercely is not only possible but essential in combating the threats we collectively face.
Join Joe Chen, Michael Daniel, Dorit Dor, and Joe Levy as they discuss how CTA both reflects and enables a shift in the cybersecurity industry’s approach to sharing threat intelligence – and how that benefits everyone.
Author: Cyber Threat Alliance
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