No corporation is an island. That is certainly not the way the famous John Donne quote originally goes, but it has a ring of truth to it when considering then need for organizations to share cybersecurity threat information in order to build a more comprehensive security ecosystem.

While the majority of information security professionals agree on the benefits of sharing threat intelligence, most will share only amongst a trusted peer community (49.3 percent) and others only internally (34.3 percent) according to a new survey.

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