Sharing Cyber Threat Information: Why, When and How?
Troy Vennon, Director of Security Innovation, the Columbus Collaboratory
About this talk
It’s been 20+ years since the US government first issued a directive mandating that critical infrastructure providers in the public and private sectors share information about cyber threats. This directive, PDD63, recognized that, in the face of increasing threats, organizations that band together to share information and coordinate responses stand a better chance of protecting themselves. Thus, the realm of threat intelligence sharing was created. Join Troy Vennon, Director of Security Innovation at Columbus Collaboratory, as he reviews the basics of sharing threat intelligence and how it can benefit an organization of any size in any industry.
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