--[ Understanding the Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) Process

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├─── name: Brad E. Rhodes
├──── org: 76th Operational Response Command
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Experience

Brad Rhodes, Head of Cybersecurity for zvelo in Greenwood Village, CO, holds numerous professional certifications including CISSP-ISSEP, CISM, CySA+, RHCSA, and GIAC (GCED, GMON, and GCIH) to name a few. He has over 24 years of experience in the military, government, and private sectors.

Brad continues to serve in the US Army Reserve as the G6/Chief Information Officer for the 76th Operational Response Command delivering critical communications for the Nation’s Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) response mission.

Brad's major research areas include utilizing Open Source capabilities to help organizations close gaps in their security, characterize the cyber operating environments, and gain visibility to stacks of data. He's been known to drown a few Lego people to illustrate the practical reality of cyber effects.

Abstract

So you’re interested in Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI)? Great! Do you know where to start? No? Then this session is for you! Let’s have a conversation and take the mystery out of the process, sources, and use cases so you can integrate CTI into your organization and improve your defenses! Includes a live demo using data from an operational honeypot (a great way to generate your own CTI data!).