Without trust no sharing. SecAlliance has an unparalleled experience in setting-up and facilitating trusted cyber information & intelligence sharing communities for essential services and industries at sectoral, national, EU and global level.Learn more
SecAlliance has an unparalleled experience in setting-up and facilitating trusted cyber information & intelligence sharing communities for essential services and industries at sectoral, national, EU and global level. Next to that, we bring existing ISACs to the next level. As a seasoned threat intelligence company, we bring in valuable insights from other market segments, ecosystems and/or network industries into the communities we serve.
Industrial companies are links in complex and often global supply chains. Conglomerates are ecosystems of their own. Sectors such as financial services, energy and telecom are network industries, connected with each other via financial market infrastructures, power grid, telecommunication lines and critical service providers.
As the proverb says, the chain is as strong as its weakest link. Therefore, it is in the interest of all entities in the network or supply chain to help each other by preventing, detecting and responding to cyberattacks, to facilitate the sharing of information and good practices between peers, and to raise awareness of – and possible answers to - cybersecurity threats.
Cyber information and intelligence sharing initiatives are instrumental to this. In these initiatives, mutually dependent organisations team-up, build a trusted community, and inform each other on the challenges they face and the solutions they look for or have found. Not only at tactical and operational level, but also at strategic / executive board level. These trusted communities are supercharged by SecAlliance’s Cyber Threat Intelligence team, which brings in expert analysis and wider context on the latest threats, threat actors and attacks, as perceived and experienced by the respective community members.
Well implemented and run cyber information and intelligence sharing initiatives bring strong synergy effects for its members. First, a member has access to information and intelligence it would not have access to at all. Second, the costs of getting this information and intelligence are pooled among the sharing community members and thus reducing cost compared to self-sourced cyber threat intelligence and analysis. In a world characterised by shortages in cyber staff, skills and budgets, this is a compelling business case.