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Hoarding threat information 'not a competitive advantage,' DHS official tells corporate leaders
Bradford Willke cited the December 2015 blackout in Ukraine, caused by hackers linked with Russia, as a cautionary tale in information-hoarding.
New bipartisan bill proposes international election security cooperation
The bill aims to have U.S. election officials collaborate on election security with their foreign counterparts.
Experts advocate for 'ATT&CK' as go-to framework to share threat intel
MITRE and other "ATT&CK" advocates say the framework is ballooning as a popular way for people performing different roles in cybersecurity to speak the same language.
Religious groups find their calling in threat sharing
Citing growing threats to donor data and religious websites, the FB-ISAO’s backers said it will fill a void by working with technology vendors to offer faith-based groups threat analysis.
Electric utilities use red-teaming, AI to prepare for advanced threats
The U.S. electric industry has responded to a steady stream of cyberthreats to the power grid with more rigorous red-teaming and by using artificial intelligence, utility executives said.
Private sector isn’t sharing data with DHS’s threat portal
There is a growing consensus in Congress and in the private sector that federal information-sharing efforts are falling way short of expectations and needs.