WHEO Foundational Concept: Threat Intelligence Sharing to Drive Predictive SecurityMcAfee Enterprise & Carahsoft
Listen-in as key experts discuss White House Executive Order 14028: Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity focusing on improving Threat Intelligence sharing and predictive security.
Threat intelligence is curated information about an existing or emerging cyberthreat that can be distributed for the purpose of improving defenses against a specific attack. Going beyond IP addresses, hashes, and other core threat identifiers, threat intelligence provides critical context around a threat activity, including indicators of compromise (IoC), indicators of attack (IoA), the tactics employed, and, potentially, the motivation and identity of the adversary.
Thought leadership is crucial within the threat intelligence sharing community and developing technologies that easily share and use threat intelligence, as a nation we can help agencies identify and stop attacks aggressively and quickly. During the podcast, you can anticipate a healthy discussion on:
- The value of improved Threat Intelligence Sharing
- The importance of expanding threat sharing beyond the requirements defined in the White House Executive Order 14028
- The role threat sharing will play in successful implementation of Zero Trust
- How McAfee Enterprise has leveraged Threat Intelligence to deliver better security for our customers