Cyware Enables All Industries to Benefit from CISA's Automated Indicator Sharing (AIS) Threat Intelligence Exchange
Cyware, the industry's leading provider of the technology platform to build Cyber Fusion Centers and threat intelligence sharing for ISACs and ISAOs, has been added to the group of commercial providers recognized by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) for enabling access to their Automated Indicator Sharing (AIS) machine-readable information sharing capability.
Members of threat information-sharing networks (ISACs/ISAOs) and enterprise security teams across a number of industry sectors, including financial services, healthcare, automotive, research & education, aviation, space, media & entertainment, and others that rely on Cyware's threat intelligence sharing and automation solutions will now be able to benefit from the automated ingestion of CISA's AIS threat intelligence directly into their security technologies through Cyware's solutions. Furthermore, with Cyware'sinclusion on the CISA AIS vendor list, not only will Cyware customers be able to ingest the AIS data directly into their threat intelligence lifecycle, but they will also be able to share back threat intelligence with CISA. This bi-directional threat intelligence sharing with CISA will unlock the next level of private-public security collaboration at scale by helping improve the understanding of threat actor behavior, including their Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) and Indicators of Compromise (IoCs).
The AIS ecosystem allows private sector organizations, government agencies at the federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial levels, as well as information-sharing communities (ISACs/ISAOs), and other partners to share and receive cyber threat indicators and defensive measures at machine speed. Through its wide reach across the public and private sectors, AIS helps identify and mitigate pertinent cyber threats through real-time information sharing and provides assistance to help prevent, detect, and respond to incidents.
Speaking on this occasion, Anuj Goel, CEO of Cyware said, "This initiative marks yet another milestone in Cyware's journey toward building an automated threat intelligence sharing ecosystem. In addition to providing 20+ information-sharing communities (ISACs/ISAOs) with state-of-the-art threat intelligence-sharing solutions, Cyware has now taken one more step to bring organizations across a variety of industries and government entities onboard a growing threat intelligence sharing program in collaboration with CISA."
Organizations across different sectors can benefit from the shared knowledge, capabilities, and best practices learned through common threats and historical incidents faced by the broader community. Real-time threat intelligence sharing lays the groundwork for security collaboration to build proactive defenses against sophisticated cyber threats. Cyware not only connects industry-specific ISACs/ISAOs with their member organizations but also enables ISAC-to-ISAC intel sharing that takes cross-sectoral security collaboration to the next level. Now, with the addition of the AIS threat intel data, Cyware is facilitating the creation of an expansive security collaboration ecosystem spanning a large number of industries and governments to unlock opportunities for strengthening cyber resilience through two-way threat intelligence sharing.