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Cybersecurity, a presidential mandate

Collaboration between the IT security industry and government holds the key to transforming threat information into actionable ‘threat intelligence’.
In the wake of recent statements by President Obama regarding the need for industry and government to collaborate more closely to combat cybersecurity threats, the key players in the industry are putting the sharing of cybersecurity data firmly on the agenda.

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Cybersecurity, a presidential mandate

  1. 1. accelerate your ambition Cybersecurity a presidential mandate 19 May 2015
  2. 2. Collaboration between the IT security industry and government holds the key to transforming threat information into actionable ‘threat intelligence’ Read more …
  3. 3. In the wake of recent statements by President Obama regarding the need for industry and government to collaborate more closely to combat cybersecurity threats, the key players in the industry are putting the sharing of cybersecurity data firmly on the agenda But what kinds of information can and should be shared? How will the industry turn ‘threat information’ into actionable ‘threat intelligence’? And how could this be put to work to protect businesses and individuals?Read more …
  4. 4. : United front Obama also stressed the fact that that this challenge isn’t one that either government, the ICT security industry, or businesses can tackle alone Read more …
  5. 5. Know your enemy First, we need to understand what – or who – we’re up against. Who’s behind these attacks, and what motivates them? Read more …
  6. 6. : Stealth, patience and resources A recent attack on a group of 30 banks resulted in the theft of between USD 300 million and 1 billion Read more …
  7. 7. New obligations Since Obama’s statements, there’s been much debate about how players in the ICT security industry can and should play a role in advancing the war on cybercrime Read more …
  8. 8. : Tipping point In recent years a variety of measures have been implemented in an effort to stem the tide of cybercrime. Computer emergency response teams (CERTs) – co-sponsored by governments, academia, and the security industry have been stationed around the world Read more …
  9. 9. New frontiers While there’s still much work to be done on the part of government, the industry, and business, NTT, the world’s largest carrier of Internet traffic, has already made valuable headway in the area of threat intelligence Read more …
  10. 10. : What’s threat intelligence? In recent years a variety of measures have been implemented in an effort to stem the tide of cybercrime. Computer emergency response teams (CERTs) – co-sponsored by governments, academia, and the security industry have been stationed around the world Read more …
  11. 11. For more on this piece please go to http://www.dimensiondata/ Read more …

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Collaboration between the IT security industry and government holds the key to transforming threat information into actionable ‘threat intelligence’. In the wake of recent statements by President Obama regarding the need for industry and government to collaborate more closely to combat cybersecurity threats, the key players in the industry are putting the sharing of cybersecurity data firmly on the agenda.

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