NIST 800-172_3.14.6e

NIST 800-172



Use threat indicator information and effective mitigations obtained from [Assignment: organization-defined external organizations] to guide and inform intrusion detection and threat hunting.

Threat information related to specific threat events (e.g. TTPs targets) that organizations have experienced threat mitigations that organizations have found to be effective against certain types of threats and threat intelligence (i.e. indications and warnings about threats that can occur) are sourced from and shared with trusted organizations. This threat information can be used by organizational Security Operations Centers (SOC) and incorporated into monitoring capabilities. Threat information sharing includes threat indicators signatures and adversary TTPs from organizations participating in threat-sharing consortia government-commercial cooperatives and government-government cooperatives (e.g. CERTCC CISA/US-CERT FIRST ISAO DIB CS Program). Unclassified indicators based on classified information but which can be readily incorporated into organizational intrusion detection systems are available to qualified nonfederal organizations from government sources.


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