Fighting next-generation adversaries with shared threat intel

Today’s adversaries are technically advanced, structured around an underground market, and using paradigm shifts in technology to compromise more victims. Through specialization and collaboration, attackers are becoming more effective. They continue to cause widespread damage and create cybersecurity issues that are extremely difficult to identify, even as IT systems become more secure.

 

However, recent advances in technology create the foundation for a new type of industry-wide threat intelligence exchange. This collaborative forum allows potential targets to organize and leverage threat intelligence more quickly and effectively. During Discover Theatre session DT3458, you will examine next-generation techniques for identifying, anonymizing, and sharing threat intelligence. You will also explore use cases for speeding response times and preventing breaches. Click here to learn more about collaborative defense.

 

You learn more about this session in the blog post, "HP Labs at HP Discover 2014--Tomas Sander on how to fight next-generation cyber adversaries."

 

HP Discover takes place June 10-12 in Las Vegas.  Also, be sure to review the entire list of security topics from which you can begin to compose your personal schedule. HP Discover is the ultimate technology event where thousands of IT professionals like you, gather to learn, connect, and grow.

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