RSA 2017 Features Huge Demonstration of Support for Cyber Threat Intelligence

OASIS
Twelve companies stand together at RSA to show attendees why STIX and TAXII are recognized as the definitive standards for automated cyber threat intelligence sharing. Products from Bay Dynamics, DFLabs, EclecticIQ, Fujitsu, IBM, LookingGlass, New Context, NC4, ThreatConnect, ThreatQuotient, TruSTAR, and Verisign demonstrate how STIX and TAXII are being used to prevent and defend against cyber attack by enabling threat intelligence to be analyzed and shared among trusted partners and communities.

Facebook adds Community Help feature to Safety Check to help folks in crisis

USA Today
Facebook’s vice president for Social Good, Naomi Gleit says that two things need to happen for Safety Check (and ultimately Community Help) to be activated. For starters, global crisis reporting agencies NC4 and iJET International must alert Facebook that an incident has occurred and give it a title. When that happens, Facebook begins monitoring for posts about the incident in the area.

NC4® Webcast to focus on how Cyber Information Sharing is Starting to Connect with Cyber Defense

NC4® will be hosting a special live webcast on Friday, December 27th to discuss how cyber threat sharing is converging with cyber defense to protect not only individual enterprises but also key sectors such as the Financial Services and others. The webcast will feature industry experts who are working to improve our nation's stance on cyber information sharing. NC4 will also provide updates on the CTX/Soltra Edge™ solution.

NC4® Recognized as Exceptional Vendor

NC4® has been recognized as an Emergency Incident Management Systems champion by Info-Tech Research Group. Info-Tech Research Group Vendor Landscape reports recognize outstanding vendors in the technology marketplace. Assessing vendors by the strength of their offering and their strategy for the enterprise, Info-Tech Research Group Vendor Landscapes pay tribute to the contribution of exceptional vendors in a particular category.

NC4® Announces Soltra-Based Cyber Threat Intelligence Solutions

NC4® held a special live webcast last week to make exciting product announcements about the newly acquired Soltra business. The Soltra acquisition and the new Soltra product announcements demonstrate NC4’s continuing commitment to improving the cyber defense of communities and companies who share threat intelligence. Toward those efforts, NC4 will be releasing multiple product versions based on what had previously been known as Soltra Edge 2.9.

NC4® to Announce Soltra Based Cyber Solutions in Thursday Webcast

NC4® will hold a special live webcast this Thursday to announce solutions for automated Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) based on the newly acquired Soltra Business. On Friday, the Obama Administration released a special report from the "Commission on Enhancing National Security" that focused in part on Critical Infrastructure Protection and the need for more cyber security specialists. The incoming Trump administration is expected to be briefed on the finding in this report. Cyber threat sharing has also been a focus of the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) legislation and the DHS Automated Indicator Sharing (AIS) program. With participants from Los Angeles, California and Washington DC, the webcast will also address the role of automated threat sharing in fighting cyber-attacks.

Soltra saved — NC4 buys info-sharing system from banking sector

CyberScoop
Soltra, the cyberthreat information-sharing joint venture set up by financial-sector institutions, has been reprieved after it was bought by security firm NC4. Soltra’s flagship product — a peer-to-peer automated information-sharing system designed for the financial services sector called Soltra Edge — is currently used by more than 2,800 organizations and governments in 75 countries around the world,​

NC4® to buy Cyber Threat Intelligence Company, Soltra, from FS-ISAC, DTCC

NC4® announced today the acquisition of Soltra, the cyber threat intelligence (CIT) platform, Soltra Edge. The acquisition will expand NC4's cyber threat sharing solutions through automation for both individual companies as well as critical infrastructure sectors such as the financial services industry.

Soltra Edge Revived with New Owner

Bank Info Security
In an exclusive interview with Information Security Media Group on Nov. 23, Bill Nelson, president and CEO of the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center, talks about the sale of Soltra to NC4, an FS-ISAC business partner for the past 10 years.

NC4® Emergency Management Solution Continues to Keep EOCs at the Ready

NC4® announced today the general availability of its Release 9.7 E Team™ solution. The E Team solution provides EOCs with the ability to quickly geolocate life-saving resources during emergencies and disasters, and to share real-time information and reports expediently across their Emergency Management operations. The E Team solution is widely used across much of the United States and Canada to enhance situational awareness with its common operating picture, increasing the efficiency and accuracy of incident and recovery information.

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