Working Together to Improve Cyberintelligence in the Big Ten

Tuesday, April 19 | 9:00AM–10:00AM | Cascade Ballroom II, Mezzanine Level, Second Floor
Session Type: Professional Development
Last fall the CIC CIOs and CISOs met to discuss advanced persistent threats and how to minimize risk in the face of such skilled adversaries. We concluded that the answer is in increased and more effective collaboration. Michigan and Wisconsin are undertaking experiments to see if interuniversity real-time intelligence sharing is better at reducing false positives than current commercial feeds. Michigan and Ohio State are working to share intelligence across SIEMs. We will report on our current state, what we have learned, and whether we continue to see promise in these approaches.


OUTCOMES: Gain insight into kill-chain strategies and whether interuniversity real-time sharing increases accuracy and/or reduces false positives * Learn about our plans going forward

Presenters

  • Helen Patton

    Advisory CISO, Cisco Systems, Inc.
  • Bob Turner

    Field CISO - Education, Fortinet
  • Don Welch

    Vice President for Information Technology and Chie, New York University

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