Start Generating Threat Intelligence in 3 Easy Steps!

Tuesday, May 14 | 8:00AM–9:00AM CT | Montreux, Second Floor Event Centre
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
Duke has embarked on a mission to help lower the bar on automated threat intelligence sharing across higher education institutions under the umbrella project STINGAR (Shared Threat Intelligence for Network Gatekeeping and Automated Response). The goals of STINGAR are to enable organizations (especially in higher education) across a wide range of technical, operational maturity, and budget resources to collect, analyze, action, and share threat intelligence. Given the types of challenges that face even a single organization in achieving these goals, our goals may appear lofty, but we believe we have developed a path to help organizations achieve them.

Outcomes: Understand the goals of the STINGAR project * Experience a live installation of STINGAR components * Learn how to start using intel at your institution


  • Jesse Bowling

    Security Architect & CSIRT Program Manager, Duke University

Resources & Downloads

  • Threat Intelligence in 3 Easy Steps

    Updated on 11/26/2019