You're cordially invited to the Negev Hi-Tech Faculty Startup Accelerator (NHSA - https://goo.gl/RmA4tR) Talk series' next lecture by Aviram Zrahia:
Date: Monday, November 19, 2018 - 14:00
Lecturer: Aviram Zrahia, Cybersecurity Evamgelist @ Juniper Networks
Location: Alon Building for Hi-Tech | 37, Benhamou Incubation Center | 510
Host: Prof. Shlomi Dolev, Head of NHSA
Sharing is Caring: Multidisciplinary Highlights of Threat Intelligence Exchange
Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) sharing is a collaborative effort to fight the cyber war by leveraging the capabilities, knowledge, and experience of the broader community. Sharing between vendors or within a deployed technological solution, reduces duplication of effort while enabling one point of detection to transform into many points of prevention. Regardless of the multifaceted challenge it presents to all involved parties, the number of real-world sharing deployments across different sectors and solutions continuously grows. This presentation will offer a unified academic and market perspective of the topic, focusing on coopetition-based relationships between cybersecurity vendors. My academic related empirical research aims to improve the understanding of those relationships by deriving insights from the network structure formed between the vendors and characterizing the established relationships and common properties of sharing firms. The suggested session will cover related definitions, highlight the multidisciplinary aspects of the CTI sharing trend, list the related exchange structures and standards, describe my research results, and share market perspectives and insights based on real-world implementations.
Aviram Zrahia is a cybersecurity evangelist at Juniper Networks proficient in methodology, architecture, and practice. He is also a research fellow in the Blavatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center (ICRC) at Tel-Aviv University, with a primary research interest is cyber threat intelligence sharing, where he uses technology and market expertise to enrich the academic discussion with practical insights. As an experienced speaker, he combines deep technology understanding and hands-on capabilities, with business, managerial and academic perspectives to present effective and innovative security solutions. Aviram is a also an active and certified ISACA CISM, (ISC)² CISSP, SANS GCIH, and GIAC advisory board member.
Participation is free, but registration is recommended: Link TBA
Please be sure to spread the word to anyone you think may be interested in attending.
Looking forward to seeing you on Monday, November 19 at 14:00 in the Alon Building for Hi-Tech | 37, room 510.