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  • Who is Leading the Discussion on Information-Sharing and How can it be Transformed?

    by Kathleen Moriarty on February 12, 2014

    I’d like to end this series with thoughts on options for transforming information sharing to drive scalable solutions that have the potential for a broad impact using the few skilled resources that exist. In the current wave of information-sharing efforts, discussions are typically led by those with the resources to manage or participate in sharing initiatives or sponsors of those efforts. This…

  • Information Sharing Post-Snowden, What Changes?

    by Kathleen Moriarty on February 5, 2014

    For this second piece in the series, I’d like to highlight the use of threat modeling to determine the best options to exchange intelligence on the wire. There is no single answer as to how we address the challenges we now face as security professionals with the stream of revelations post-Snowden. We need to determine what is the balance for protecting a nation versus the need for tighter…

  • Driving Towards More Effective Sharing Models

    by Kathleen Moriarty on January 29, 2014

    The ask from this blog series is for experts to engage in discussions that drive the adoption of effective operator-driven sharing models that leverage our small number of skilled threat analysts. The purpose of this line of thinking is not to drive adoption of open and international standards over US Government funded efforts, but rather to get people to think critically and push toward better…

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