Cyber threat intelligence is a hot topic in security right now. Over the past year, we have seen wide-spread geopolitical destabilisation, COVID-19, the rise of the remote workforce and most recently, significant ransomware attacks against critical infrastructure.
Broadly, threat intelligence is about sharing information between industry, academia and government so Australians can work together to defend their networks from attack and start to form a collective defence.
In episode twelve of ‘OzCyber Unlocked’, AustCyber’s CEO Michelle Price speaks to Glenn Maiden (Director of Threat Intelligence at Fortiguard Labs Australia and New Zealand, Fortinet), Brett Williams (Lead Solutions Architect Asia Pacific & Japan at Flashpoint), Andrew Slater (Director of AUSHIELD at Cybermerc) and Dave O’Loan (Head of Cyber Relations at Australia’s Academic and Research Network) to discuss threat intelligence, collaboration and how industry is building a collective defence against cyber attacks.
This month, our ‘cyber spotlight’ features Michael Gianarakis from Assetnote. Combining advanced asset discovery with continuous, high-signal security monitoring, Assetnote’s Attack Surface Management platform gives complete, continuous visibility into your evolving attack surface.
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