RSA will make its paid intelligence sharing platform RSA Live free of charge later this year.
Organisations used the platform to access threat data gathered from RSA customers and third-party researchers, and also contributed their own network intelligence.
RSA chief executive told SC the platform would be offered in full to existing analytics customers for free.
Many big name enterprise and government customers had already signed up to the service since it kicked off February, Coviello said.
He said customers were comfortable sharing their threat data with other clients because the information was stripped of sensitive material before it was shared within their particular vertical.
RSA Live was in beta phase late last year and has since garnered a strong knowledge base, Coviello said.