Cyber Threat Intelligence Sharing in Government

Duration: 1 hour
Cost: No Fee


“The government doesn’t have a monopoly on threat intelligence in this space.” That’s what Tonya Uggoretz, the director of the cyber threat intelligence integration center, said quite profoundly back in April.

By no means should that comment shock anyone who pays attention to the constant and ever-changing threat to public and private sector systems, networks and data.

But what Uggoretz’s comments did do is hit the nail right on the head when it comes to this constant push and pull between government and industry to share what they know, when they know it and how to fix it in a trusted and secure way.

Over the years we’ve seen a host of pilot programs and attempts to ensure there is no monopoly. From Homeland Security Department’s Automated Indicator Sharing (AIS) program to the Defense Department’s DIBNET-S, which is a classified network for defense contractors to receive intelligence on threats to their companies, and the just recently announced National Risk Management Center from DHS, which aims to help break down some of the communication barriers that exist between the government and sectors when it comes to sharing cybersecurity threats, these and so many other approaches still haven’t helped agencies and industry finally break free from the culture and technical challenges they face with cyber threat information sharing.

This panel will explore cyber threat intelligence sharing in government.

Learning Objectives
  • Discuss how agencies are taking advantage of cyber threat intelligence to improve cyber posture and the managing of risk
  • Identify how the technology behind cyber threat intelligence has been both a blessing and a curse when it comes to sharing of information
  • Assess the barriers to collaboration around cyber threat intelligence
  • Deliberate the evolution of use and sharing of cyber threat intelligence over the next 2-4 years
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Jason Miller, Executive Editor,

Melinda Rogers, Deputy Chief Information Officer, Department of Justice

Col. Paul Craft, Director of Operations, Joint Forces Headquarters, Department of Defense Information Networks (JFHQ-DoDIN)

Brian Murphy, Principal Deputy Under Secretary, Office of Intelligence and Analysis, Department of Homeland Security

Scott Algeier, Executive Director, Information Technology – Information Sharing and Analysis Center (IT-ISAC)

Trish Cagliostro, Director, Federal Solution Architects, Anomali

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