Facebook recently announced it’s new Threat Data protective framework as noted below:

http://www.zdnet.com/facebook-intros-threatdata-framework-to-standardize-security-7000027697/

http://facecrooks.com/Internet-Safety-Privacy/Facebook-Builds-Standardized-Security-Wall.html/

https://www.facebook.com/notes/protect-the-graph/understanding-online-threats-with-threatdata/1438165199756960

QUOTE: Facebook has unveiled its latest security wall built from the ground up: ThreatData, a framework intended to standardize security research and prevention.  ThreatData essentially pools data related to malware, phishing, and other online risks across the Internet for both real-time and long-term analysis. That information is then routed into Facebook systems to model and map emerging threats for immediate action. Mark Hammell, a threat researcher at Facebook, posited in a blog post on Tuesday that “a consistent vocabulary is rare” because “every company or vendor uses their own data formats.” Here’s an example of how that disconnect has already played out in the corporate world, according to Hammell, and what Facebook engineers and hackers learned thanks to the implementation of ThreatData starting last year:

More about Facebook’s infrastructure: