FIRST CTI Symposium will take place from 9 to 11 March in Zurich. There will be one day of training followed by two days of plenary sessions. This event will be open to both FIRST members and non-members.
SANS CTI Summit 2020 took place on 20 and 21 January in Washington DC and it was a blast! I enjoyed the talks, got connected with lots of people that I only knew virtually, and felt like being a part of a big CTI family.
On 30 and 31 of January, ENISA CTI-EU 2020 took place in Brussels. The conference was a splendid CTI bonding event bringing together 20 speakers, 160 participants and 9 vendors of CTI products.
ENISA did a great job to bring together all the above stakeholders and build an environment for connecting and exchanging ideas regarding CTI (especially within European context). Such an event is much needed within Europe since there are not a lot of opportunities to connect CTI peers from the industry with people from the public sector and from the European Commission.
Happy New Year everyone! 2019 was just another interesting year in CTI. Every year I use to list my top 20 CTI presentations. See below the ones I enjoyed most, I learned something that I used in my day to day work, and gave me insights into cyber threats. I hope you enjoy them and I am looking forward to seeing your favourite ones. Enjoy and let’s have a chat about them (and about yours) during an upcoming CTI event in 2020! Continue reading “Top 20 CTI Presentations for 2019”→
On 17 September 2019, I participated in ENISA’s NIS Summer School 2019 that took place in Heraklion, Greece. The Summer School had 4 parallel training sessions (CTI, CyberDefence, Incident Response and Crypto) and the participants were mostly graduate students as well as infosec professionals.
I joined the CTI training sessions as an instructor for “Intelligence Requirements” as well as “CTI Reporting”. In this post, I will focus mostly on the session that was about Intelligence Requirements. Intelligence requirements is something that is very close to my heart and it was my pleasure to present this concept to the students of the summer school. Continue reading “Intelligence Requirements: the Sancho Panza of CTI”→