Cyber Threat Intelligence: Importance & Effective Use

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Tuesday, November 13, 2018     START TIME: 14:10    LOCATION:  Carl von Gontard
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Companies face cyber threats of increased complexity. Adjusting to specific threat environment requires utilization of advanced cyber-defence measures like Cyber Threat Intelligence. CTI techniques can be used to evaluate the real-time information relevant to specific risk areas and enable CISOs to make critical decisions in containing and avoiding cyber-attacks. Integration of CTI into existing security operations can be a challenge but if done properly, it can provide greater network visibility and awareness of the threat landscape.  

This session will provide an in-depth discussion of cyber threat intelligence operating models and time-critical decision making. 

Sessions:

Panel - Operationalizing Threat Intelligence

Date: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 Time: 14:10-15:10

Panel - Operationalizing Threat Intelligence
Markus Krauss, Cisco Cybersecurity Germany • John Unsworth, Revak • John Bryk, Downstream Natural Gas Information Sharing and Analysis Center (DNG-ISAC) • Ammi Virk, Hexegic B.V. 

Cyber Threat Intelligence is being more widely used to gain better and deeper understanding of increasing number of cyberthreats. In this  discussion, the panellists will discuss the role of intelligence and the ways businesses can adjust and improve security operations. We will go through the steps which a company needs to follow to implement CTI. 

Information, Intelligence, and Human Factors
John Bryk, Downstream Natural Gas Information Sharing and Analysis Center (DNG-ISAC)

In this talk, the focus will be on differentiating between information sharing and intelligence sharing; why they're not the same and why that's important. Also creation of intelligence requirements that result in actionable intelligence reports. Thebackground of US ISACs and the sharing process will also be discussed. 

Panel - Cyber Threat Intelligence Best Practices

Date: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 Time: 15:10-16:10

Panel - Cyber Threat Intelligence Best Practices
Ammi Virk, Hexegic B.V.  • Aviram Zrahia, Juniper Networks • Mike Hart, FireEye

In some cases, more data and information does not necessarily result in more clarity. In this session we will discuss the difference between more information and real intelligence. We will hear about the successful implementations of Cyber Threat Intelligence. 

Contextualising Cyber Threat Intelligence
John Unsworth, Revak • Ammi Virk, Hexegic B.V. 

Cyber Threat Intelligence is a hot topic. So much so, that attacks are constantly in the news and most medium to larger companies / organisations will have had some level of consultancy or internal development of a response or strategy. Ammi and John will use their experience as Intelligence Professionals to draw parallels with other types of crime and how contextualising Cyber Threat Intelligence enables the provision of wider [holistic] uses, including operational, tactical and...

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