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Structured Threat Intelligence Graph – new tool to protect the grid from cyber attacks

The utility helps to easily visualize, share, create and edit information about cyber threats.

The GitHub portal contains a free tool designed to assist organizations in securing power supply networks. The tool called Structured Threat Intelligence Graph (STIG) was developed by experts from the Idaho National Laboratory, which is part of the Department of Energy of the United States.

With the help of the program, the owners of power companies and grid operators will be able to easily visualize, share, create and edit information on cyber threats, which will increase the chances of timely detection and neutralization of risks that could later lead to cyber attacks.

The tool standardizes information collection within STIX and turns complex descriptions of security vulnerabilities into understandable information. STIG helps analysts quickly process information about cyber threats and makes it easier to find the relationship between data.

STIX (Structured Threat Information eXpression) is a standard used to provide Unified Cyber ​​Threat Information (CTI). Allows you to share the description of various threats and related parameters in different areas.