Special Webcast: Sharing Alerts and Threat Intelligence with MISP – March 13, 2019 3:30pm US/Eastern

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Speakers: Justin Henderson and John Hubbard

Wouldn’t it be great if an organization found a way to detect a new attack or attack methodology -and then was able to share it with the community?

The truth is that there are multiple ways to do this, with the MISP project being one of the leaders. MISP allows sharing threat intelligence information in an easy to consume and subscribe fashion. Sharing is caring and the MISP project allows sharing intelligence to anyone or specific organizations.

While intended to sharing threat intelligence information, MISP can be used to share other things as well such as Sigma rules. In the previous webcast in this series, we discuss the Sigma Alert project which allows writing rules in a SIEM neutral format that can be converted to SIEM specific rules. Combine this with MISP sharing and not only do we have rules that work across multiple products but we can share them too!

In this webcast, we will be describing how MISP functions and demonstrating key use cases: sharing threat intelligence, sharing Sigma rules, and integrating MISP with case management solutions.

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