Intelligence Requirements: the Sancho Panza of CTI

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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”

Threat Intel Reads – January 2019

January was an interesting moth for CTI practitioners! I took some time and collected the major articles and presentations that I read and watched during January 2019.

I hope you enjoy it. Continue reading “Threat Intel Reads – January 2019”

Let’s make CTI great (again)!

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):

Continue reading “Let’s make CTI great (again)!”