ENISA - the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security, working for the EU Institutions and Member States. ENISA is the EU’s response to the cyber security issues of the European Union. As such, it is the ‘pace-setter’ for Information Security in Europe, and a centre of expertise.
The objective is to make ENISA’s web site the European ‘hub’ for exchange of information, best practices and knowledge in the field of Information Security. This web site is an access point to the EU Member States and other actors in this field. ‘ENISA – Securing Europe’s Information Society’.
Panel Discussion: Spot on cyber-threats
ENISA invites international cyber-threat intelligence and analysis stakeholders to debate on hot topics in the field. In particular, aspects of usability, presentation and standardisation of cyber-threat information will be discussed. This discussion will also refer to trends in the area, as well as the role of various market and statutory players.
Interesting topics for this discussion (indicatively) include: improve access to threat information, presenting threat information, developments in related protocols (STIX, TAXII), exploiting the Dark Net, threat agent modelling, end-user needs, tools, etc.
For this panel, ENISA has invited its threat landscape stakeholder group consisting of internationally recognised individuals in the area of threat intelligence. The members of the ENISA Stakeholder group are: Paolo Passeri, System Engineer, Consulting, UK -Pierluigi Paganini, Chief Security Information Officer, Telecoms, IT - Paul Samwel, Lead Security Architect, Banking, NL - Tom Koehler, Executive Vice President, Consulting, DE - Stavros Lingris, IT-Official, CERT, EU - Jart Armin, Internet Security Researcher, Worldwide coalitions/Initiatives, International - Thomas Haeberlen, Federal Office for Information Security, DE - Neil Thacker, Information Security & Strategy Officer, Consulting, UK - Margrete Raaum, Leader, CERT, NO - Shin Adachi, Security Analyst, US - R. Jane Ginn, Consulting, US.
For this panel, ENISA has invited members of the landscape stakeholder group. Contributions from Jane Ginn, Thomas Haeberlen, Stavros Lingris, Paul Samwel, Pierluigi Paganini, Neil Thacker and Jart Armin are planned. Louis Marinos, ENISA will moderate the discussion.
The event is structured in two units: in the first hour, panellists will present their position statements on issues and trends in the area of cyber threat intelligence. After the break, the discussion will address topics and questions brought up by the participants.