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Automated Attack, Threat Intelligence Sharing Sought

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November 14, 2013
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“If you’re looking for tangible information sharing success stories around attack intelligence, some might point to the prompt publishing of indicators of compromise (IOC) as an example. Security and forensics companies will publish MD5 hashes of malware, IP addresses involved in attacks, malware signatures and more artifacts relevant to a breach or malware outbreak. Problem is, all of the artifacts are made available post-attack, and don’t satisfy the need for real-time data on intrusions, in particular for sensitive industries such as financial services or utilities.”

Source:Automated Attack, Threat Intelligence Sharing Sought | Threatpost | The First Stop For Security News