Threat Intelligence eSummit
Event Agenda

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NOVEMBER 10, 2016

12:10 - 12:55 PM ET
Global Cyber Resilience… Adding a New Layer of Cybersecurity
Deborah Kobza
President/CEO, The Global Institute for Cybersecurity and Research
Moderated by Katherine Teitler, Director of Content, Information Security, MISTI

Sponsored by 


Deborah Kobza, President of the International Association of Certified ISAOs and the Global Institute for Cybersecurity and Research (GICSR) at NASA/Kennedy Space Center will be providing an executive-level briefing in support of operationalizing the Presidential Executive Order for Cybersecurity Information Sharing by connecting ISAOs and their members worldwide supported by a global threat intelligence and response infrastructure.

Executive Order 13691: Promoting Private Sector Information Sharing: Under Executive Order (EO) 13691, the Secretary of Homeland Security was called on to strongly encourage the development and formation of Information Sharing and Analysis Organizations (ISAOs).

The International Association of Certified ISAOs (IACI) passionately stands behind the concept and the spirit behind Executive Order 13691. It was written to encourage and enable all communities of interest to form or join an information sharing and analysis organization to better protect themselves from cyber exploits. ISAOs may be formed on the basis of sector, sub-sector, region, or any other affinity of interest or community of trust. ISAOs may also be formed as for-profit or not-for-profit entities. Although each model presents its own pro’s and con’s, there is no preference or favor by DHS or IACI.

1:10 - 1:40 PM ET
Why Sharing Threat Intelligence is Important
Travis Farral
Director of Security Strategy, Anomali

Sponsored by 


Sharing is a popular topic in Threat Intelligence circles. We have ISAC's, sharing standards like STIX/TAXII, government sharing programs, and several other options for sharing threat data and finished intelligence. We've only scratched the surface of what sharing intelligence can bring in terms of benefits. We will explore why sharing can bring a lot more to the table than simply shoveling some IOC's to your ISAC.


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