Navigating Threat Intelligence: How Open Source Intelligence Applies to Security

Future Cyber Tech, Application Security & DevOps Theatre

Wed 18th Oct 14:20 to 14:50

Within the cyber security industry, threat intelligence as a concept, while not a new subject area, continues to evolve and expand. As technology progresses, new software and applications are being introduced and adopted on a large scale, resulting in an ever-increasing amount of information being shared across networks. While abundant, traditional cyber defenses may not always satisfactorily provide the monitoring and protection of entities needed to protect from accidental exposures or targeting by external adversaries. In this talk, Or will describe how Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) can enable organizations to better understand what relevant information is in the public domain and how that data can be used against the organization. Or will also discuss what is needed to remediate specific scenarios and ultimately how to counter a wide array of adversaries.

What you will take away from this session

  • Why OSINT/Threat Intelligence is a relevant component to the cyber security toolset
  • How OSINT/Threat Intelligence is relevant on an organizational level
  • Applying OSINT/Threat Intelligence at the tactical, practitioner level
  • Understanding enterprise risk management holistically by applying OSINT/Threat Intelligence


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