The 2017 International Information Sharing Conference in Rome

ByJane Ginn

August 29, 2017 ,
A view of the famous arch in Rome with blue sky in the background

The information sharing communities of Europe and the United States will both be converging during two separate and concurrent meetings in Rome, Italy and Washington, D.C. in late October/early November.

EU’s ENISA will be holding a thought leadership meeting in Rome to bring together key organizations involved in the cyber threat analysis and intelligence community.  The workshop will be held on the campus grounds of LINK University in central Rome on October 30th and 31st. They will be covering the state of play: a common session with EDA, EC3, CERT-EU and ENISA on how CTI is being considered within their activities. The two day workshop will feature moderators from ENISA’s Threat Landscape Stakeholders Group, CERT-EU, CERT-LU, and others.  Concurrent sessions will cover:

  • Cyber threat intelligence information sharing;
  • Active defense;
  • Automation of cyber threat intelligence;
  • Cyber threat intelligence in security organizations; and
  • Cyber threat intelligence capabilities and research.

Registration for the event is free.

The 2017 International Information Sharing Conference will bring together the international information sharing community for networking, technology demonstrations, an exhibition hall, panels, and keynote speakers from industry, government and international thought leaders. All events will take place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington D.C.

Here are the two links for the two upcoming conferences:

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