Managing cyber risk means dealing with inherent uncertainty. Cyber threat intelligence (CTI) is often seen as a way for businesses and government agencies to clear the fog of uncertainty and help manage their risk in a better informed way.
But what makes such intelligence really useful to cyber risk managers? What lessons can and do the public and private sectors learn from each other as they strive to develop better sources and analysis? And how good a job does the cyber threat intelligence community do in providing the information needed by decision-makers—from the boardroom to the Situation Room and across government.
Join New America's Cybersecurity Initiative, CSM Passcode, and an exciting panel of experts to discuss these problems and more as we seek to pull the veil back on the future of cyber threat intelligence.
Follow the discussion online using #FutureCTI and following @NewAmCyber.
Cybersecurity Fellow, Cybersecurity Initiative, New America
Assistant Professor, Arizona State University
Director of Offensive Security, CipherTechs
Adjunct Faculty, New York University
Director of Malware Research and Threat Intelligence, Endgame
Founder and President, WhiteHawk Inc.
Co-Chair of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) Cyber Council
Policy Analyst, Cybersecurity Initiative & International Security Program, New America