26th May. Cyber Ireland. TI Series – 7th Session: The Pathway to a Successful Threat Intelligence Function
The Cyber Ireland Threat Intel Group aims to build the expertise within the Cyber Ireland community to develop Threat Intelligence capabilities through the sharing of knowledge and experiences at a strategic level.
TI Series: From Zero to Hero
“7th Session:The Pathway to a Successful Threat Intelligence Function”
The Speaker: Dr Jamie Collier is a Cyber Threat Intelligence Consultant at FireEye. He was previously the Cyber Threat Intelligence Team Lead at Digital Shadows and has completed a Ph.D. in cybersecurity at the University of Oxford where he remains active as a research affiliate with the Centre for Technology and Global Affairs. Jamie was previously based at MIT as a Cyber Security Fulbright Scholar and has experience working with the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, Oxford Analytica, and PwC India.
Cyber threat intelligence (CTI) is never an end in itself. It instead serves a broader mission: to inform, advise, and empower stakeholders within an organization. This talk will outline how an organisation can build and develop a successful CTI function that is able to improve security outcomes and empower individuals across a security function. The talk will first outline what FireEye Mandiant considers the gold standard for CTI functions, before outlining advanced CTI use cases among various stakeholders.
Attendees will learn:
– The critical components of any successful CTI function.
– How to shift from a reactive to proactive CTI posture.
– How to leverage MITRE ATT&CK mapping and YARA rules to improve security outcomes.
– Utilising intelligence in cyber risk.
2. Phase: IMPLEMENTATION
5. Session: Active Defence with Effective Incident Response
6. Session: How to build a threat intel program