By Neal Ungerleider

TruStar, a new service, wants the world’s top corporations to share hacker attack info with each other. Crazy or genius?

Paul Kurtz, a former cybersecurity advisor to Presidents Obama and Bush, is a successful entrepreneur. His company, CyberPoint, reportedly offers security consulting services to the United States government, the United Arab Emirates, and a variety of domestic and overseas customers. Now his new startup, TruStar, is venturing into uncharted waters: anonymous sharing of cyberattack information by some of the world’s largest corporations.

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