Jon Oltsik, Senior Principal Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group, Rich Reybok: CTO
Your organization is constantly under cyber attack that could - if unchecked - damage your business, customers, employees and reputation. To date, the ad-hoc sharing of cyber-threat information across industries is not well defined nor well structured and in many instances, sharing threat information relevant to your organization is not allowed due to privacy, workload constraints, outdated policies or legal concerns.
Join Jon Oltsik, Sr. Principal Analyst with Enterprise Strategy Group, and Rich Reybok, CTO Vorstack Corporation, to understand the challenges that organizations face today with sharing threat intelligence and how to navigate them both internally and externally. Come to understand what’s changed in the last few years and the historical negative stigma of information sharing. This webinar can help answer the question “What does sharing threat intelligence really mean?” Following the overview and strategy, a brief discussion on the different approaches to sharing threat information and how secure sharing within your “trusted circle” can create a simple Cyber neighborhood-watch environment. This event is designed to help you overcome the hurdles that organizations have today – that of being able to receive the available collective knowledge, validate impending cyber-threats and access remediation solutions – all within the framework of stringent data access and privacy controls.
What you will learn:
-Issues organizations face when sharing threat information.
-What’s changed that has created this “need” to share threat intelligence.
-Definition of what sharing Threat Intelligence means in today’s world of cyber crime and attacks.
-The new approaches available for successful and secure collaboration.
-How to participate in a Cyber Neighborhood watch with trusted industry peers.
-The benefits organizations can recognize from collaboration.