Collaboration across the Threat Intelligence Landscape
Abstract: Sharing threat intelligence across national boundaries and multiple public/private sectors has improved over the last decade but technical, policy and governance issues still have plenty of room for improvement. Varying islands of sharing exist that include industry
regulatory organizations, structured executive CISO groups, global security organizations or independent informal trust relationships. This session will detail the gaps in today's model from a technical, policy and governance perspective and provide recommendations on
further areas of collaboration.
Biography: As IID’s security evangelist, Merike Kaeo leads the company’s information sharing and collaboration partnerships. She actively participates in key government and Internet policy meetings, having contributed to the US Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC)
Communications Security, Reliability and Interoperability Council (CSRIC) and been appointed to the International Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers’ (ICANN) Security and Stability Advisory Council (SSAC). Prior to joining IID, Kaeo was responsible for the overall data security and services strategy at the Internet Systems Consortium (ISC), and founded, and served as the chief network security architect at Double Shot Security.