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Cyber Threat Intelligence – Top Gun Style
May 20, 2020 @ 18:00 - 19:30 CEST
If you just focus in indicators, you are not doing threat intelligence. The general perception of Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) is threat data. While data is the foundation of CTI, sometimes so-called threat intelligence is nothing more than an untargeted stream of data, often deployed as yet another dashboard “feature” that overloaded Security Operation Center (SOC) employees are required to monitor. IT security teams spend hours upon hours, and even days upon days, sifting and sorting through raw data, blocking IPs at the firewall and generally worrying about something that could never become an actual threat to the organization. Meanwhile, the overworked analysts are still blind to critical threats that might be targeting them at that very moment.Modern approaches see CTI as much more than data, but a holistic process to enable companies to make CTI their own. In this webinar we will discuss : What the difference between threat data and threat intelligence is.How to setup a CTI program following the OODA loop by:Observe: gathering information from various internal and external data sourcesOrient: contextualization and prioritization of dataDecide: provide security teams and internal sensor grid with intel on imminent threatsAct: capture feedback from sensor grid and enhance collaboration between teams
Markus Auer Threat Intelligence Advisor and Regional Sales ManagerThreatQuotient Inc. Markus Auer (47) is a technology evangelist, speaker, author, start-up guy and security sales professional and joined ThreatQuotient as Regional Sales Manager in April 2018 where he is responsible for market development in Central Europe.He brings with him over 20 years of experience in IT Security.Prior to that, Markus held other positions at ForeScout Technologies, Q1 Labs (now IBM) SourceFire (now Cisco), netForensics and MessageLabs (now Symantec).In addition to his training as Industrial Manager at Siemens AG Munich, Markus worked as a freelance consultant for Novell and Microsoft.