Cyber Threat Intelligence – Putting Actionable Data to Work
Rapid info sharing is critical to effective cyber security – and the need for trusted threat intelligence is greater than ever. From prosecuting criminals to stopping a data hack to sharing threat indicators across levels of jurisdiction – cyber intelligence has become a key element in government’s increasingly robust cyber posture.
- How can agencies leverage the growing body of cyber data to effectively combat attacks, identify threats and prevent breaches?
- Where can agencies better collaborate on security incidents?
- What does management still need to provide to cyber professionals to ensure they are making intelligent, data-driven decisions?
Tom Burke Moderator
Business Unit Executive
IBM Federal Security
C2/Cyber & Electronic Warfare Integration Division (CEWID)
United States Marine Corps
U.S. Nuclear Command and Control System Support Staff (NSS)
National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC)
Department of Homeland Security