ThreatSTOP expands customer protections with the addition of threat intelligence provided by the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency's (CISA) Automated Indicator Sharing (AIS) initiative. Customers enjoy these new protections at no added cost, and use the indicators in their firewalls, DNS servers, and other network and security components to prevent cyberattacks and data breaches.

This week ThreatSTOP customers gained free new protections that leverage high-quality indicators from the Dept. of Homeland Security's CISA through the AIS initiative. What is it? "information about attempted adversary compromises as they are being observed".

These are incredibly useful new indicators for protecting your network, but we were reminded continually throughout this project of how hard it is for a typical security team to deal with new threat data, usage restrictions, and the public sector. Luckily, our customers don't need to endure any of those things - because ThreatSTOP's platform does the heavy lifting for them.

Threat Intelligence can deliver fantastic security results, but working with threat data to get those results can really stink - these are the primary drivers behind ThreatSTOP's existence. Small and midsize companies can't afford to acquire the right data, and don't have the teams of analysts to work with it. Small teams lack the engineering and security resources to automate policy orchestration, and to shorten the cycle time between detection and prevention. Yet, every company, whether they have one security person or 100, deserves the protection and peace of mind gained from doing this right.

CISA champions information sharing and awareness, and believes they are essential to protecting critical infrastructure and furthering cybersecurity. ThreatSTOP takes this a step further, delivering an end-to-end affordable solution that takes only minutes a week to manage - this helps make CISA's mission a reality for the roughly 28 million small and medium businesses that are otherwise understaffed, under-skilled, or under budgeted to do it all themselves. 

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