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
|Jart||Armin||Stichting CyberDefcon Netherlands Foundation|
|Anna||Chung||Palo Alto Networks|
|Christos||Douligeris||University of Piraeus|
|Sebastian||Garcia||Czech Technical University in Prague|
|Vasileios||Mavroeidis||University of Oslo|
|Jose Luis||Sanchez Martinez||Mnemo|
|Johannes||Schoenborn||Exploit Labs GmbH|
|Andreas||Sfakianakis||Standard and Poors|
List of appointed observers
|Ciuchi||Costel||General Secretariat of the Romanian Government|
|Myklin||Michael||National Cyber and Information Security Agency|
|van der Meulen||Nicole Samantha||Europol|
|van Handerveld||Gert Jan||Europol|
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.