Cyber Squared forming European community for users of its ThreatConnect product

A U.S. company is establishing an information-sharing community for users of its ThreatConnect solution, which helps manage information on cyber threats.
By Richard Tomkins   |   May 22, 2014 at 11:09 AM

ARLINGTON, Va., May 22 (UPI) -- U.S. Security technology company Cyber Squared Inc. is establishng a users community of European organizations using its ThreatConnect intelligence platform.

The ThreatConnect European Community is to facilitate a public-private industry partnership for working with other members to aggregate knowledge of common cyber threats for a proactive defense against them, the company said.

"Organizations who are concerned about threats targeting their company, their industry, and Europe at large will benefit greatly from joining this new community," said Cyber Squared Inc. Chief Executive Officer Adam Vincent.

"A common problem we hear from organizations coming to ThreatConnect is that they are suffering from 'data overload'. ThreatConnect Industry Communities work, because organizations have access to intelligence that is relevant, timely, and actionable."

ThreatConnect is a solution that bridges incident response, defense, and threat analysis to enable organizations to effectively manage the massive amounts of threat information that comes in daily.
The community will include aerospace, defense, government and banking organizations, as well as those involved in manufacturing, oil and natural gas, telecommunications, and utilities.

Cyber Squared's ThreatConnect Intelligence Research Team will help guide and moderate the community.

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