Intelligence sharing has evolved from an informal manual process to a multi-layered approach with both human and automated interaction. The channels have matured, but the success of intelligence sharing remains based on circles of trust. By securely sharing information about attacks on one institution before they happen to the next institution, criminals are forced to build new infrastructure to carry out the same attack on someone else. In the near-term future, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and quantum computing pose both new business opportunities and potentially disruptive cyber risks. Because these peer-to-peer networks are built on trust, intelligence sharing circles will serve as a prime venue for discussion and deliberation on highly sensitive topics and threats.
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