VB2018 Threat Intelligence Summit: survey on threat intel usage

Posted by    on   Sep 26, 2018

Virus Bulletin is proud to host the first Threat Intelligence Summit as an integral part of VB2018, which is to take place next week in Montreal, Canada. The Summit is open to anyone attending VB2018 and focuses on all aspects of generating and consuming threat intelligence.

TI-summit.pngThe Summit will begin with a keynote from industry analyst Michael Osterman, who will provide an update on the current threat intelligence market. To help Michael get as much current data as possible, we'd like to ask anyone generating or consuming threat intelligence to fill in a very short survey: there is one survey for OEMs and one for organizations that consume threat intelligence data.

Don't forget it's still possible to register for VB2018!

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