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19th April 2015, 10:50 #1
IBM's X-Force Exchange to make decades worth of cyber-threat data public
IBM has announced it will make its huge store of about two-decades worth of security and cyber-threat data available to private and public companies.
Through what IBM is calling its new X-Force Exchange, the company said Thursday it will offer its massive 700-terabyte,
(and growing) database of raw cyber-threat data and intelligence to companies who want it.
That also includes malware threat data from 270 million computers and devices, as well as from 25 billion web pages and images,
and spam and phishing attack emails. The aim is to help those companies mobilize against ongoing threats to their systems.
Full story: IBM's X-Force Exchange to make decades worth of cyber-threat data public | ZDNet
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