Building a Cyber Threat Intelligence Programme to Stay Ahead of Adversaries

Presented by

Keith Nicholson, Head of Cyber Threat & Vulnerability, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC)

About this talk

From enabling security teams to effectively respond to incidents to ensuring investment decisions focus on practical real work risk; a cyber-threat intelligence function can deliver value across operational and strategic requirements. However, it can be difficult to know where to start, how to cut through the buzz words to focus on the value proposition for your organisation. In this session we will discuss how to establish a threat intelligence function aligned to strategic objectives and capable of delivering tangible value. - Laying the foundations, key pre-requisites to consider before investing in your new function - Defining intelligence requirements with examples of key use cases and benefits - Ensuring that your intelligence function brings clarity to risk decisions and focus on the organisation risk exposure - Effective data management tips for storing, analysing, retrieving your intelligence data
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