Declaring is caring: What Government cyber defenders can learn from hackers’ intelligence-sharing nous


Without consistent sharing of quality cyber threat intelligence data, governments will lack the knowledge and know-how to buttress their enterprise networks against a rising tide of threat actors, with attackers considered far better at collaborative action than defenders, according to senior cyber and information security leaders from Queensland’s public sector.

Featured as part of a featured FST Government Queensland conference panel discussion, panellists urged Australian government entities to adopt a more formalised, cross-agency cyber  intelligence-sharing arrangement, taking advantage of breach incident post-mortems to unearth, assess and share insights on security gaps – gaps that may well be common to many public agencies.

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