On 5th and 6th November 2018, the annual CTI-EU event took place in Brussels. CTI-EU is organised by European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) in cooperation with DG Connect, CERT-EU and EDA
The event had various sessions with different focus (see full agenda here):
- CTI best practices and maturity model
- Active Cyber Defence
- CTI standards
- Misinformation campaigns
- CTI in the EU and policy implications
The presentations and panel discussions triggered a lot of interaction and participants were eager to speak up. Moreover, I really enjoyed having met new people, exchanged ideas, success/failure stories and learned new things in our field.
Regarding my presentation, during the 20-minute talk I lightly touched on the top 3 areas that CTI teams have scored poorly during the previous 5 years:
- Stakeholder management and intelligence requirements collection
- Intelligence dissemination
- CTI analyst skillset
The presentation can be found here.
The references mentioned during the presentation can he found here.
All in all, it was a great 2-day event and I am looking forward to participate again next year!