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Why is it so hard to sign up for the feds' cyberthreat information sharing program?
Equipping and staffing a large corporation to join DHS's automated cyberthreat-indicator sharing program can be a six- or seven-figure cost.
Experts say government's information sharing program is all take and no give
Cyberthreat information sharing among private sector companies and with the federal government suffers from a tragedy of the commons, lawmakers were told Wednesday — everyone wants to receive, but few are prepared to make the effort to give back.
Watchdog: DHS prioritizing speed over context for AIS program
An agency watchdog said Monday that the DHS information sharing program needs to work out the kinks if it's to be a worthwhile venture.
New certification planned for industry information sharing orgs
The voluntary cyberthreat information-sharing groups called ISAOs would have to meet certain baseline standards and would be able to seek third-party certification of their capabilities under a proposal unveiled Wednesday.
U.S. allies refuse to say whether they will support Washington's war on Kaspersky
Based on public statements and actions, in addition to interviews conducted by CyberScoop, multiple foreign governments seem to be paying little heed to the U.S. government's suspicions concerning the Moscow-based anti-virus maker.
Kaspersky Lab was blocked from joining this U.S.-based cyberthreat information sharing group
The Cyber Threat Alliance denied Kaspersky entry into the group due to the group's president, former cybersecurity coordinator Michael Daniel, weighing on information he was privy to during his time in the Obama administration.