In Pictures: Useful security threat data advisory tools

Check out these browser-based tools to keep up on the latest cyber security threats

Multi-State Information Sharing & Analysis Center

The cyber equivalent of the terror alert system, the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center updates its color indicator based on the severity of the overall cyber climate. Based on how the MSISAC describes it, the scale varies based on the severity of vulnerabilities that have been revealed and the time it will take for them to be patched. This one is less useful as something to watch for a steady stream of information, but the ability to embed the cyber alert graphic on websites makes it good for those looking to add another feature to their blog or website. Also, with an RSS feed, the cyber alert level graphic could be a great way to let you know when it’s OK to panic.

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