CISA revamps info sharing plan for cyber defense by 2024.

December 19, 2023
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The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has released its new cybersecurity information sharing strategy for 2024. The strategy aims to strengthen the nation’s cyber defenses by delivering timely and useful cybersecurity information in a time when threats are emerging faster than ever before.

Key Points:
– CISA introduced the Automated Indicator Sharing (AIS) program a decade ago to allow organizations to share machine-readable cyber threat information quickly and automatically. However, CISA recognizes that its information-sharing approaches must adjust to conform with rapidly changing threat conditions.
– CISA plans to begin a new strategic initiative in 2024 called Threat Intelligence Enterprise Services (TIES), which aims to modernize the way enterprise cyber threat information is shared. TIES will act as a hub for sharing cyber threat information among user communities, making the transmission of information easier and more uniform.
– The new strategy emphasizes the importance of shared visibility into threats and collective cyber defense. CISA encourages organizations to actively share information, such as incident information and indicators of compromise, to strengthen the nation’s defenses in cyberspace.

CISA’s new cybersecurity information sharing strategy for 2024 focuses on strengthening the nation’s cyber defenses through timely and useful cybersecurity information sharing. The strategy recognizes the need to adjust information-sharing approaches to keep up with rapidly changing threat conditions. CISA plans to launch a new strategic initiative called Threat Intelligence Enterprise Services (TIES) in 2024, which aims to modernize the sharing of cyber threat information among user communities. The TIES platform will act as a hub for sharing information, making the transmission of information easier and more uniform. The strategy emphasizes the importance of shared visibility into threats and collective cyber defense. CISA encourages organizations to actively share information to strengthen the nation’s defenses in cyberspace.

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