With the UK Government’s recent decision to adopt STIX and TAXII as the new standard for cyber threat intelligence (CTI) exchange, we have invited Carol Geyer, Chief Development Officer from OASIS (the standards body behind STIX and TAXII), to discuss how the mandate might transform the CTI practices of governmental organizations.
Further, during this webinar we will look at some of the issues that central government and enterprises face, when setting up CTI capabilities, including:
Why is it crucial to adopt STIX and TAXII?
Why is intelligence sharing and collaboration essential?
How to shift from a reactive to pre-emptive defence?
How can cyber threat intelligence be used for detection, hunting and response?
How to adopt an intelligence-led security strategy using existing security controls?
Which use-cases are applicable to your security situation?
Speaker: Joep Gommers, CEO and Founder of EclecticIQ Guest Speaker: Carol Geyer, Chief Development Officer of OASIS
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The Open Cybersecurity Alliance invites you to join your peers for a “Get to Know OCA” exclusive luncheon during RSA 2020.
Don’t miss the chance to get acquainted with the OCA — a new industry group formed as an OASIS Open Project with a charter to address the challenges with cybersecurity interoperability. Learn how the OCA will bring value to your organization all while meeting, sharing ideas, and collaborating with OCA influencers, innovators, and thought leaders. OCA subject matter experts will provide a sneak peek into the initial OCA contributions featuring STIX Shifter and OpenDXL Ontology.
This year six members of the OASIS KMIP Technical Committee (TC) will provide demonstrations of KMIP v2.0 and KMIP v2.1 during the RSA Conference 2020 in Booth 1247. This demonstration will allow RSA visitors to interact with multiple vendors demonstrating interchange of security objects, as well as provision of encryption keys and cryptographic services across a common interface. Representatives from OASIS KMIP TC Members, Cryptsoft, Fortanix, IBM, PrimeKey, Quintessence Labs and Utimaco will demonstrate the full key management lifecycle including creating, registering, locating, retrieving, deleting, and transferring symmetric and asymmetric keys and certificates among vendor systems.
The Open Command and Control Technical Committee (OpenC2 TC) will host a two day Plug Fest on 27-28 January. USCYBERCOM Dreamport has graciously offered to host the event at their Columbia, Maryland venue. Registration is still open. Learn more about how you can participate: https://dreamport.tech/events/event-open-c2-plug-fest-01272820.php
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