""Our goal is that organizations anywhere will be able to use ThreatExchange to share threat information more easily, learn from each other's discoveries, and make their own systems safer," Mark Hammell, Facebook's manager of threat infrastructure, wrote in a blog post announcing the project.Facebook's ThreatExchange is a social platform for sharing cybersecurity threats
Security threats aren't typically relegated to just one target, and the lack of communication between malware targets ends badly for everyone, according to ThreatExchange. So far, some pretty big-name Internet players have joined Facebook on ThreatExchange, including Bitly, Dropbox, Pinterest, Tumblr, Twitter and Yahoo. The platform expect to attract more partners as time goes on."
Thursday, February 12, 2015
Facebook's ThreatExchange is a social platform for sharing cybersecurity threats (Mashable)
Building on Facebook's internal ThreatData system