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Building Effective CTI Sharing for Network Defense

  • Friday, May 26, 2017 at 1:00 PM EDT (2017-05-26 17:00:00 UTC)
  • Scott J. Roberts

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Overview

When discussing cyber threat intelligence sharing is often everyone's default answer. Sharing is a powerful tactic for threat intelligence and an important ingredient of the best threat intelligence programs, but the devil is in the details. In this webcast we'll discuss how to build an effective intelligence sharing program with a focus on building communities that facilitate effective sharing of tactical & operational intelligence. Teams will come away with ideas on improving their intelligence distribution and make themselves better able to help others and help themselves. 

For more information about the FOR578 Cyber Threat Intelligence course and the next course runs visit: sans.org/FOR578

Speaker Bio

Scott J. Roberts

Scott J. Roberts is an incident responder, manager, and developer at GitHub, the world's code collaborative development platform. He also teaches the FOR578: Cyber Threat Intelligence course at SANS. Scott has worked major investigations involving criminal fraud and abuse and nation-state espionage while with Symantec, Mandiant, and others. He is a sought-after speaker, having presented on threat intelligence and incident response for SANS, Silicon Valley, and various BSides. He is an author of O'Reilly's upcoming Intelligence Driven Incident Response. Scott is also a member of the SANS CTI Summit and NYU Poly CSAW advisory boards.

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