Can Sharing Threat Intel Save Your Data?

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The concept of sharing threat information and indicators of compromise without exposing all of your knowledge and frailties is a constant challenge for the concept of intelligence. This year, however, a flaw in a cloud resulted in a major data breach. Could intelligence sharing have saved the breach of 143 million data records?

In this webinar, we will look at the concept of intelligence sharing, secure data transfer and offer advice on how you can assure that what you’re sending – and receiving - is assured to be private.

Key takeways:

  • What benefits and problems information sharing can offer
  • What data streams require inspection and which you can trust
  • How you can look at a segmented network to enable secure sharing
  • How to know which sharing networks are right for you


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Mike Anderson

Security and Threat Intelligence Practitioner

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Brian Engle

Cybersecurity Consultant and Risk Advisor, Riskceptional Strategies LLC

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Steven Stratton

Sr. Director Federal Products, Forcepoint

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