Sharing and Using Threat Intelligence

Date:
Tuesday 13 June 2017

Time:
6:00pm -  Registration
6:30pm -  Presentation
7:30pm -  Networking Session

Venue:
BCS, 1st Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA | Maps

Cost:
BCS, ISACA or IIA Members: Free
Non-Members: £12.50 (+VAT @ 20%)

Speaker: Mike Small, Senior Analyst, KuppingerCole

Event Details:

Cyber criminals are constantly evolving the tools, techniques and processes (TTPs) that they use to attack their victims. They exploit a highly evolved commercial ecosystem to share existing TTPs as well as new, previously unused ones. In order to respond effectively to these emerging threats, it is vital that potential victims have the ability to share and exploit intelligence on these new threats.

This presentation will describe:

  • Threat intelligence and why it is needed.
  • The barriers to sharing threat intelligence.
  • STIX, TAXII and CybOX - threat intelligence standards from OASIS.
  • How to incorporate threat intelligence into security response.

Speaker Profile:

Mike Small is a senior analyst with KuppingerCole. Previously Mike worked for CA (now CA Technologies Inc.) where he developed the strategy for identity and access management and was VP responsible for product development. He is a frequent speaker at IT security events around EMEA and contributor to the security press.

Mike is a member of the ISACA UK Northern Chapter, a Chartered Engineer, a Chartered Information Technology Professional, a Fellow of the British Computer Society, and a Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology.

Presentation

PDF Icon Cyber Threat Intelligence - Mike Small, Senior Analyst, KuppingerCole

Video and slides

CPD Credits
This event counts for two hours towards your CPD.
More information available at www.bcs.org/cpd.

London Meeting Dates for your calendar - 2017
4 July, 12 September, 10 October, 14 November, 12 December

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