Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center
|Formed||February 10, 2015|
|Headquarters||To be determined|
|Parent agency||Office of the Director of National Intelligence|
The Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center (CTIIC) is a new United States federal government agency that will be a fusion center between existing agencies and the private sector for real-time use against cyber attacks. CTIIC was created due to blocked efforts in Congress that were stymied over liability and privacy concerns of citizens.
- Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act
- Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act
- Department of Homeland Security
- Cyber threat intelligence
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