|Date:||Friday 13th April (Hilary Term 2018)|
|Location:||Tony Hoare Room, Robert Hooke Building|
Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) has become somewhat of a buzzword in recent years. The promises are huge: Preventing cyber attacks in real time through blocklist sharing; secure collaboration across sectors; mass automation through machine learning. Those of us who study it have a good understanding of how it should be implemented and the concept of a ‘best practice’ – so why is it that structured intelligence languages such as STIX are not more common? This talk will discuss the theory behind structured intelligence and how it works in practice and the main pitfalls. An in depth look at the Analyst approach and supporting technologies that are required to make scalable CTI a reality including specific examples of where CTI has been used effectively to prevent national level cyber security incidents and the working practices of a global Intelligence team working at the cutting edge of CTI development.Find out more...