IBM is pleased to continue its ongoing information sharing partnership with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) through participation as an Alliance partner in the Joint...
IBM is pleased to continue its ongoing information sharing partnership with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) through participation as an Alliance Partner in the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative (JCDC) and its critical mission to establish a collective and coordinated defense against cybercrime. In recent months we’ve witnessed the gradual acceleration of financially motivated and state-sponsored adversaries’ cyber capabilities, with their tactics becoming stealthier and more evasive, and the outcome of their attacks more disruptive to our society, critical infrastructure, and economy.
To defend against these threats effectively and preemptively, we must marry coordinated action with access to information, which is why IBM remains committed to democratizing our X-Force threat intelligence – helping improve collective prevention, protection, and response to cyber activity. We are developing new threat insights daily, stemming from our cross-industry incident response and penetration testing engagements, threat monitoring capabilities and open-source data, and producing threat intelligence about threat groups and their evolving tactics, techniques and procedures into the open-access X-Force Exchange threat sharing platform.
In August 2021, IBM vowed to help address five key commitments and initiatives to strengthen the United States’ cyber posture. In continuation of this pledge, we are honored to collaborate with CISA and commend its JCDC initiative, bringing together the cybersecurity capabilities of public and private sector partners to enhance our nation’s cyber resilience.