ThreatConnect will provide its threat intelligence platform product to the NorSec information sharing and analysis organization under a partnership agreement to boost the cybersecurity capabilities of NorSec members.
The company said Tuesday the ISAO edition of its threat intelligence platform seeks to leverage collaboration between the public and private sectors.
“It is our belief that all types of organizations, including those beyond traditional critical infrastructure sectors, need to be able to share and respond to cyber risk in as close to real time as possible,” said Matthew Harmon, board chair and founder of NorSec.
“We are excited to be partnering with NorSec and implementing community-powered threat intelligence to protect their resource-rich member base across the state of Minnesota,” added Christy Coffey, business development director at ThreatConnect.
NorSec is a nonprofit organization that was formed in response to legislation and presidential directives on cyber information sharing and critical infrastructure cybersecurity.