Sharing threat data and standards in cyber threat intelligence will take center stage at EnergySec 2018.
Bad actors continue to attack corporate networks to damage systems, data and corporate brands, the next wave of attacks are to industrial control systems (ICS) within the U.S. electrical grid.
Our engineers work closely with IT and OT operators that manage the electrical critical infrastructure, and we’re developing automation tools to detect and respond to threats, including tools to simulate and model different types of attacks. Our focus is on building resilient systems that have the ability to be configured and managed by computers, at scale.
To speed the development of security automation technology New Context believes in standards. CTI standards that include secure, trusted and machine-readable ways to share cybersecurity attack information.
On Monday afternoon at EnergySec 2018 I’ll be on a panel with Rita Foster from Idaho National Labs to discuss sharing threat data, automated response and standards. If you’re passionate about these issues I hope you’ll join us. If you’re not able to make it to the conference and want to talk about CTI technology, just reach out to me here at New Context.
Together we can move from a reactive to a proactive approach to security.
EnergySec Security and Compliance Summit
August 27-29, 2018