Cyware threat intelligence eXchange (CTIX) is an advanced threat intel platform (TIP) with a number of unmatched features. First, CTIX has been built using a hub-and-spoke architecture. The unique advantage of this model is the ability for an organization to efficiently disseminate and consume threat intelligence in a bi-directional manner. Traditional TIPs are focused more on one-to-one unidirectional threat intel sharing mechanisms, thereby rendering them incapable of sharing or receiving threat intel with/from multiple peers, TI providers, ISAC members, regulators, partner organizations and subsidiary companies. Second, traditional TIPs only allow for sharing of indicators of compromise (IOCs) whereas CTIX goes a step further to allow analysis and sharing of not only IOCs but also Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs), Threat Actors, Course of Actions, Incidents, etc.. CTIX integrates Mitre’s ATT&CKᵀᴹ Navigator utilizing a heatmap overlay for detailed threat analysis and investigations. Third, CTIX comes with advanced orchestration features enablinging automated updating of threat data in internal security tools like IDS/IPS, SIEM, AV Solutions, and sandboxes. CTIX can be used to orchestrate reports from these tools and automatically share them with peer organizations, subsidiaries, third-parties, vendors, ISAC members, etc. Lastly, CTIX is a format-agnostic TIP allowing for collection/ingestion, analysis, and sharing of threat data in multiple formats, unlike traditional TIPs which are handicapped by only being able to handle a small set of selected formats.