Consider an ecosystem of automatic information sharing among retailers in the industry where organizations deliberately contribute their voices and apply knowledge back to the community. As teams share with one another they develop a collective model – new eyes, opinions and experiences that contribute to a pool of growing intelligence. Though intelligence departments may be strapped for resources, sharing is a way to increase capabilities without requesting a higher budget. This session covers how you can share, what you can share, and the benefits to the community as more people share. Travis Farral from Anomali and Dan Holden from the R-CISC facilitate a discussion around operationalizing threat intelligence sharing within the enterprise environment for collective industry benefit.