If cyber threat sharing is a team sport, DHS needs more teammates

On Halloween, the Homeland Security Department’s Automated Indicator Sharing (AIS) program will turn two years old.

Back in 2015, then-Secretary Jeh Johnson celebrated the successful launch of the program to create a two-way secure sharing of cyber threats between government and industry.

Once the cake was cut and the confetti on the watch floor at the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) was swept up, the hard work really began to get industry to take part in the two-way sharing approach.

As DHS hits the two-year anniversary of AIS, the program continues to crawl forward.

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