IronNet, CISA Enter Threat Info Sharing Agreement; Keith Alexander Quoted

IronNet (NYSE: IRNT) has signed an agreement to provide the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency access to information from a company-built threat detection and data exchange platform.

The company said its Collective Defense technology works to identify anomalous events and disseminate security alerts intended to help partner organizations protect infrastructure against cyber actors.

Keith Alexander, co-CEO and founder of IronNet, noted the platform uses attack intelligence in real time.

“IronNet anonymizes this threat-related information to exchange with CISA delivering true Collective Defense while also fostering enhanced public-private situational awareness and analytic collaboration,” added Alexander, a previous Wash100 winner.

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