ENISA’s Ad-Hoc Working Group on Cyber Threat Landscapes

I am honored to have been appointed as one of the 18 expert members of the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) Ad-hoc Working Group on Cyber Threat Landscapes. The group will offer assistance and expertise in designing, updating, and reviewing CTI methodologies, including the annual ENISA Threat Landscape Report. I am looking forward to work with the rest of the Working Group’s members as well as with ENISA people.

List of appointed Members

First NameSurnameAffiliation
JartArminStichting CyberDefcon Netherlands Foundation
ChristineBejerascoF Secure
AnnaChungPalo Alto Networks
ValentinoDe SousaAccenture
ChristosDouligerisUniversity of Piraeus
SebastianGarciaCzech Technical University in Prague
VasileiosMavroeidisUniversity of Oslo
Jose LuisSanchez MartinezMnemo
JohannesSchoenbornExploit Labs GmbH
KoenVan Impecudeso.be

List of appointed observers

SurnameFirst nameAffiliation
CiuchiCostelGeneral Secretariat of the Romanian Government
IacovouAndreasNational CSIRTCY
MeijerinkMichaelNCSC NL
MyklinMichaelNational Cyber and Information Security Agency
van der MeulenNicole SamanthaEuropol
van HanderveldGert JanEuropol

From 2017-2021, I had the pleasure to be a member of the ENISA CTI Stakeholders Group. During this period, I provided input on ENISA’s deliverables, participated in ENISA CTI-EU conferences (Rome 2017, Brussels 2018, Brussels 2020) and ENISA NIS Summer Schools (Crete 2018, Crete 2019).

I am happy that I will be actively contributing towards maturing the CTI discipline within the EU, securing the EU’s cyberspace, and onboarding new cybersecurity professionals to the world of CTI.


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