Described by the Financial Times as a ‘secure Facebook for cyber threats’ Threatvine is a next generation cyber-security information sharing platform, designed for secure cross-organisational collaboration and collaborative intelligence analysis. Used by NCSC to power CiSP, Threatvine is the UK’s national platform for cyber security information sharing.
Threatvine Exchange is a next-generation cyber-security information sharing platform designed to support secure federated collaboration; ideal when there are different trust levels between collaborating parties (e.g. Emergency Management, Disaster Response and Cyber-security Incident Management). Threatvine Exchange is architected for interoperability from the ground up, securing the supply-chain and supporting cross-organizational collaboration. This federated architecture respects cross-domain security, allowing internal collaboration to be enriched with information no appropriate to be shared beyond the organization’s boundary, or there are rules that govern what can and can not be shared. Threatvine Exchange’s federated approach allows the network of participants actively collaborating to be just the right set, every time. It also allows for the physical deployment of each Exchange to differ (e.g. on-premise for internal collaboration, secure cloud for supply-chain partners).