There is No Teacher But the Enemy
The collection, classification, and exploitation of knowledge about adversaries – collectively known as cyber threat intelligence (CTI) – gives security practitioners information superiority that is used to reduce an adversary’s likelihood of success. Responders and defenders leverage accurate, timely, and detailed threat intelligence to monitor new and evolving attacks and subsequently adapt their security posture.
The Summit will explore the following:
- Interesting perspectives and case studies that challenge CTI assumptions and result in a shift in understanding
- Methods for producing Cyber Threat Intelligence
- Implementing and making decisions based off of intelligence
- Case studies on the application of cyber threat intelligence to a security or business problem
- How traditional intelligence approaches are applied to CTI analysis and production
- Innovative ways to utilize or analyze CTI
- New tools developed to support or enable CTI
- Two days of in-depth talks & interactive discussions → AGENDA
- Eight hands-on, immersive CTI courses → VIEW COURSES
- DFIR NetWars – Coin Slayer, networking events, SANS@Night presentations
- Bonus Sunday Night Workshop – Jan 19, 5:00 p.m feat. Rebekah Brown, Rick Holland, Katie Nickels – Kick off the Summit with interactive talks by the CTI Summit Advisory Board.
Summit: January 20-21 | Courses: January 22-27 |