With TC Exchange and its software development kit, ThreatConnect users have an open source workbench to freely share code with each other, choose and modify applications and accelerate solution development through plug and play activities.
By incorporating application development, organizations can spend more time doing analysis and less time programming, while having all systems/processes plugged into one platform.
“So much of the debate around the value of threat intelligence and, similarly, threat intelligence platforms comes from a lack of understanding. When you fully understand what a platform should be, you will see the limitless potential of threat intelligence to shape decisions across all levels of the enterprise,” said ThreatConnect CEO Adam Vincent.
ThreatConnect’s TIP, including TC Exchange, enables organizations to make sense of critical data without requiring an analyst be on staff to derive value. It has created the opportunity for executives such as the CISO, CFO, SOC team and others, to seamlessly aggregate and analyze data that produces actionable insights themselves. By sharing applications, data and processes within a true platform, individuals and organizations can extend their capabilities when it comes to making efficient and effective business decisions.
ThreatConnect will also be building and launching applications built by their internal team with their partners. These will include apps for integrations, workflows, and analytics. Some of the initial apps will enable workflows for malware analysis and triage, auto-tasking indicators based on criticality and confidence thresholds, and indicator enrichment.
TC Exchange, the software development kit and new applications will roll out across the third quarter of 2015 to all customers.