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Why is this important?
- Greater control over information disclosure: Through the use of the new TLP 2.0 standard, organizations can practice threat information sharing while establishing coherent and consistent boundaries to avoid misuse of any sensitive information.
- Building trust in intel sharing communities: The inclusion of the TLP 2.0 standard in the CSAP helps improve the flow of threat information among security teams, decision makers, partner organizations, or sharing communities like ISACs/ISAOs in a controlled and trusted way.
- Improved risk communication: The designation of shared information using the TLP 2.0 standard also helps all stakeholders within an organization reduce the chances of human error that could lead to improper disclosure of information.
- Better accessibility: CSAP makes information sharing more accessible for organizations worldwide with the new TLP 2.0 standard, which brings enhancements aimed at helping non-native English speakers and providing consistent language, terminology, and definitions for the cybersecurity community.
What is new in TLP 2.0?
- TLP:CLEAR - No limits on disclosure.
- TLP:GREEN - Limited disclosure within the community.
- TLP:AMBER - Limited disclosure on a need-to-know basis within the organization and with clients.
- TLP:AMBER+STRICT - Limited disclosure on a need-to-know basis only within the organization.
- TLP:RED - No further disclosure beyond an individual recipient.
The bottom line
Posted on: August 24, 2022
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