MISP Training - Threat Intelligence Introduction for Analysts and Administr

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SWITCH

2 Werdstrasse

8004 Zürich

Switzerland

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MISP Training: Threat Intelligence Introduction for Analysts and Administrators

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In a continuous effort since 2016, CIRCL frequently gives training sessions about MISP (Malware Information Sharing Platform & Threat Sharing). The purpose is to reach out to security analysts using MISP as a threat intelligence platform along with users using it as an information sharing platform. This is an opportunity for the users to meet the developers and exchange about potential improvements or use-cases using MISP as a threat-intelligence platform.

The MISP training will demonstrate how the platform functions; explain how to share, comment and contribute data, and describe the future developments. This part of the training focuses on the analyst aspect along with the management of your own MISP instance especially how to connect to other MISP communities.

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SWITCH

2 Werdstrasse

8004 Zürich

Switzerland

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SWITCH operates the Swiss research and education network, a backbone with more than a quarter of a million active devices, as well as the Domain Name System (DNS) infrastructure for .ch and .li. It also supports companies in the Swiss financial industry in fighting attacks on their assets.

This unique combination of activities allows SWITCH-CERT, the Computer Emergency Response Team operated by SWITCH, a head start in protecting its customers. Its expert knowledge and huge international partner network gives it the ability to act before problems escalate.

SWITCH-CERT currently protects members of the Swiss academic community, holders of .ch and .li domains, Swiss banks and, by its very nature, the entire Swiss Internet community.

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