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Why Join an ISAO? The Network Effects of Threat Intelligence Sharing

Join us for this webinar presenting the benefits of networking with your industry peers to share intelligence about threats and vulnerabilities. In today's environment where the threats seem to intensify, it's critical to know who to trust. During this session, Troy Vennon, Director of Security Innovation at the Columbus Collaboratory, will outline the benefits of an Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (ISAO), explain how you can benefit from joining an ISAO even if you're already part of an ISAC, and provide an example of how collaboration around cyber threat data can enable your organization to efficiently identify and neutralize the most prolific and potentially harmful threats out there.
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