Early in its investigation of a major cyber attack, health insurer Anthem shared much of what it knew with other health industry stakeholders, all of whom participate in the HITRUST Cyber Threat Intelligence and Incident Coordination Center, or HITRUST C3.
By sharing data that indicated compromises, such as MD5 hashes, IP addresses and threat actor email addresses, other stakeholders were able to help Anthem quickly determine that the attack was specific to the insurer and not also targeting other organizations in the industry.
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