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PrivSec Global: Mastering the use of Cyber Threat Intelligence

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A couple of months ago I received an invitation to speak at a panel discussion in PrivSec Global 2021, and I accepted it. The panel’s topic was “Mastering the use of Cyber Threat Intelligence” and it was comprised by the following people. It was a great experience for me as a speaker and I hope that it was equally pleasant for all the attendees too.


I really liked the fact that although we didn’t have any prior alignment on our answers, we all had a very similar perspective on what are the key areas for a successful Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) program, what CTI is and the value it brings to a business, and what are the pitfalls to be careful of if you are starting your journey now. Most importantly, none of us was focusing on specific products or vendors but on the core components of what’s needed to build an effective CTI team.

Of course, with six people in a panel the time we had for answering was carefully tracked and followed which means that many of our answers were not going into all the details and process as a presentation would. Nevertheless, if you were one of the several hundreds of people that attended PrivSec Global 2021 and have questions about my answers in this session, please let me know. I’d be more than happy to answer them.

On a final note, I’d like to thank Rosie F., Ruki R., and my co-speakers from this panel for this opportunity to participate in this event, and share some of my views on CTI programs with leaders of the industry.

Written by xorl

March 30, 2021 at 14:28

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